See You Later

As summer ends and the school year quickly approaches, some of us have to say “see you later” to what we’ve known for a good while or friends we will no longer see every day. Three years ago, when I transferred schools in November of 6th grade, I was ecstatic to find warm and accepting classmates and friends. I had no idea how close we would become or how much of a support system we would be for each other. The school I attended went from Kindergarten to 8th grade. Several of us are still going to be together in high school, but some of us have to say, “see you later”. My friends can live anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes away from me. It won’t be as easy to get together during our hectic school schedules, but I remind myself that the support and love we have for each other will always be there. So, as we gather our school supplies and compare schedules, I will remind myself of the phrase “see you later”. And with that, I say, “See you later, my friends.”

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