It seems like just yesterday you were starting your first day of Kindergarten and yet all of a sudden here we are at your Senior Year and Graduation from High School. You have kept us on quite the roller coaster ride the last 18 years, some days were very frustrating and some days you have amazed us with your accomplishments. The good days have far outweighed the bad and your blunt humor and laughter are what brighten our days
Your ability to quickly adapt to change and stay calm no matter what the situation will be great assets to you in life. The day you flipped your snowmobile on the corner of the racetrack, went flying through the air, jumped back up, got back on it and continued to a podium finish in the race will always stand out to both of us at just what you can accomplish when you put your mind to it. You are a caring and compassionate man, dedicating countless hours to Firefighter 1 training and CPR certification to help others and we are so proud of you for that.
Since you were little you have always been strong and independent and even though school has never really been your “thing” we are hoping that the excitement and independence at college next year will push you to do great things. Remember, “If you are not willing to learn no one can help you but if you are determined to learn no one can stop you”.
We love you and can’t wait to see where life will take you in the future. Remember to enjoy the ride!
Mom and Dad