Yesterday, in our Social Studies studying period, before the exam, Ms. Mott told all of us a fact that I found rather interesting. Ms. Mott said that,"They say ten minutes of meditation relaxes you about as much as a one hour nap." Who would have known that sitting still and taking deep breaths could be that effective? As you can imagine, we then went on to meditate for ten minutes. An interesting experience when in a class of around fifteen rowdy boys who were starving and ready for lunch. Everyone was just rolling around on the floor. This experience would have definitely made my list of memories, not because it is a big thing that greatly affected me, but a small thing that hardly effected me. These are the memories that you will remember for the rest of your life. Those small things that will stick with you for the rest of your life. When you look around at your classmates at graduation, I want you to do only one thing. I want you to make an effort to think about one tiny memory that you have of each and every student at least in your advisor group. When you think about these memories; however, do not think of the negative things that you have experienced this year but the positives. Each year, there are a few kids who basically just say,"Screw Fenn. My Fenn experiences sucked." Everyone has seen at least some of these people. They don't do that because that is actually what they are thinking, but because they will miss Fenn. They don't want to say goodbye, but they know that they have to. Don't think that way. Cherish the remaining days you have at Fenn and don't be one of those kids.