Senior Reflection: Erika Gulley

Now that my high school career is coming to an end, I would like to thank the people that made it bearable. 

I’ll start with teachers. 

First, Mrs Koreski. Thank you for just simply being you. You’ve taught me so much about life and have given me so much advice that has helped shape me into the person I am now. The fact that my time with you is coming to an end is mind boggling to me. I appreciate you more than you will ever know. You’ve become like a second mom to me. You’re such an amazing, sweet, loving person. Thank you for sharing your time with me.

Next, Mr. Moore. I don’t even know where to begin. Ever since the first day of freshman year I knew I’d never be able to forget you. Thank you for all the smiles and laughs you’ve given me on my bad and good days. I’ve never met someone quite like you. You’re an excellent teacher and amazing person. You deserve the world. 

Lastly, Mrs. Fleshman. Even though I only had you for a short period of time, you made an impact on my life. You always made time to listen to my problems and just let me sit with you when I didn’t want to be alone. Thank you for helping me with my math work even after I left your class. Thank you for just giving me your time and never turning me away. 

Now for my friends and classmates.

First, Kassi Waggoner. My very best friend. Thank you for all the time you’ve shared with me. You’ve showed me what it’s like to have a real, genuine friend. 

Also, Kiera Trembly. You’re so optimistic always. You’ve always been there and have the sweetest soul. Even though you get on my nerves a lot, I’m glad we’ve become friends.

Thank you all for being part of my life. I will never forget any of you!