Speech- Graduation

Speech- Graduation - Freshmen Year In September of 2003 we...

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Freshmen Year In September of 2003 we walked through Colossal corridors and mammoth Seniors greeted our frightened Freshmen shells. Not knowing many, the day started trying to solve our locker combinations, walking through the halls bumping into everyone with our huge backpacks, schedules in hand we were praying not to be late. We were the cute newbies and everything was new and exciting to us. Some of us, it seemed, feared our strange surroundings would swallow us whole. Fortunately, curiosity overpowered even the most paralyzing insecurities, and slowly we broke our boundaries, cautiously testing our skills and talents. We joined clubs and teams that matched our abilities, carving a circle of compassionate friends from the once-distant swarm. And backed by the support of these caring allies, we settled into the routine of adolescence. Until someone uttered those eight terrifying words: "What will you be when you grow up?" Of course, we had first been introduced to this ambiguous question while still in diapers, but
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