I was given insight by you on things that I felt were impossible in my life. You have been there for me through the good and bad. I remember the first time I talked to you, standing in your room while you sternly talked to me, I thought I was doomed and that I was going to hate you and your class and ironically I ended up growing close to you and loving your class. To all those who discouraged me that I shouldn’t be in GMA you encouraged me the whole way up that mountain. When I come back to visit GMA one thing I know I just have to do is come back and talk to you. See what you’re up to and tell you ab...
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...ber all the things you have done to make my stay at Gwynedd longer and more joyous.
It’s unbelievable that I’m writing this. Those years have flown by too fast. As much as I say I hate GMA and I want to kill myself in every day in class which I do at times, deep down I really do love it here at GMA is been a second home to me. It brings me to tears writing this because I have such fond memories of us and all the talks. This is not a goodbye letter though it may seem, I would like to stay contacted to you after high school. It’s hard to say goodbye now until we have another talk. Which who knows when that is going to be. Whatever I decide to do in life you will be one of those people that I will always remember. Another chapter in the book memories I will always save our conversations. To look back on and remember “yeah Mr. Hopkins made that difference in my life.”
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