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Have You Ever Had the Opportunity to Say a Simple Thank You and Have Let the Opportunity Pass?

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Thank You

Have you ever had the opportunity to say a simple thank you and have let the opportunity pass? Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunity to make up for the time passed without that simple thank you. I have passed up many opportunities to say thanks, but I'm not going to let this opportunity fall though the cracks. I would like to thank you to my mom, the friends that I have had my whole life, and my principal of six years.

I would like to thank my mom. She has always been there for me, and has stood by my side when I have needed her the most. My mom is truly one of my best friends, and I know that I could tell her anything. She shuttles me wherever I need to go. She puts up with all of my attitude and the crap that I put her through. She sacrificed many things to put me through eleven years of private school. When we moved to Canal she listened to all of my ranting and raving because I thought that this place would be horrible. I love my mom and I always will and I know that she will always love me. Thank you mom for always being on my side.

I would like to thank the group of people that I have hung out with all of my life. I know that these are my true friends, and they will always be there for me. We have all grown up together, and we consider each other family. They have always been there for me. When my uncle johnny died they were by my side. When I would get in trouble, or just had a bad day they were always on my side. They laugh at all of my corny terrible jokes, and that means a lot to me, because I don't have those same kinds of friends out here in Canal. They have listened to everyone of my problems whether they be big or small. They have always been there for me when I have needed them the most. I would also like to say that I am sorry for anything that I have ever done to any one of them that might have hurt. Thank you for every one of those wonderful memories. Thanks Mackenzie, Maranda, Crissy, Heather, Amanda, and Donna.

Last but certainly not least, I would like to thank my principal of six years. She has always pushed me to my full potential no matter what the outcome may be. She was always so discouraged when I messed up, and I always took it as she didn't like me. Now I know that wasn't the case, and that she really did like me. She showed me that even though someone appears to be mad at you they really aren't all



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