CAROL LI, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Hey guys! Happy Friday!
As you’re reading this, pretend that I’m addressing you from the Zoom screen, congratulating everyone for getting through one more week of school. It feels like we just started the school year and just getting to know one another, and now, here I am, writing my last piece ever for Paw Prints Weekly. I had the joy of being the Editor-in-Chief for the past two years, and I hope that everyone had just as much fun as I did planning Family Fun Fridays, starting inside jokes, and creating bonds with people I’d never thought I’d meet. Although I always looked at high school as a temporary part of my life before I went on to bigger things, it’s bittersweet to depart from the program that has been a part of me throughout my time at Wilson.
To start off, I would like to thank Ms. Robles for watching me grow from a freshman staff writer to a senior editor. The support you have given me is unparalleled, and I am lucky to have been your student for so long.
To Rani and Renee: Congratulations on being the next EICS! I’m so excited to see where you lead the program. To me, you guys are yin and yang, and I just know you’re going to be great leaders for the rest of the staff. <3
To Halo: Your talent in writing can be spotted from a mile away, and I hope you will continue to develop these skills to the next level. Please keep posting about your sushi meals on your Instagram story, and you can count on me to swipe up and ask if it’s ‘bussin’!
To Adrian, Sauce, Bryce, Devyn, Candice and Denise: Our senior year has turned out to be so unexpected, and as Class of 2021, I feel like we’ll always remember this unique experience. Thank you all so much for being in Paw Prints, and I hope you guys will flourish after high school! Our paths are all so different, but I know each of us will find our own successes and happiness.
To Joseph and Annie- your artwork never fails to make me smile, and looking at what y’all draw every week amazes me. Where you guys find the endless amounts of comic jokes really beat me, and I hope you can continue to add your spark to our issues next year:)
Speaking of adding sparks to our issues, I can’t forget to shout out to Claire for always coming up with the best suggestions for features. Sorry for messaging you late at night each week; my friends always tell me I’m a super bad texter, but really, it’s because I always forget to respond. [insert sheepish expression here]
I’m a person who’s more on the quiet side, and I recognize when others are the same as well. So, for Angela and Maeve: I really enjoyed working with you guys this year, and slowly worming your personalities out of you guys in breakout rooms. Please keep up the great work I see from you guys and don’t be afraid to be the center of attention once in a while!
And, to Charlie: Working with you has been a great pleasure that I can’t really express in words. I’m extremely glad that I was able to meet you in Paw Prints, and I just know that you’re going to do great things in the future. Have fun next year when experiencing Journalism in person, and I’m going to miss the energy that you bring to class!
Of course, I can’t forget to recognize Gary Lee in my senior goodbye. Because of Gary, I can tell people that I know a model who’s been photographed in magazines. If you ever get signed into an agency, I want to be the first to know, okay?
Last but not least, I want to thank all the alumni from the program who have shaped me into who I am today. Special shoutouts to the past EICs Victoria, Eva, Charley, and Mel- I hope that I was able to fill at least half of the shoes that were left to me. I’ll always remember the memories I’ve made with Volume 50, 51, 52, and finally, with Volume 53. From catching wild mice (RIP REMI), to eating Hometown Buffet at ELAJEA, to betting on Zoom start times, there hasn’t been a dull moment in Paw Prints. I’ll cherish every moment, and, as Andy Bernard has once said, “I wish there was a way to know you’re in the good old days before you’ve actually left them.”
Carol will be attending UC Berkeley in the fall as a Data Science major. She hopes to be able to go into consulting or create her own startup company. After college, Carol plans to spend her free time with her grandparents, gift her parents their dream cars, and help fund her best friend’s med school tuition with her other rich friends.
Adrian Hernandez, Perspective Editor
Well, this seems like goodbye.
To be honest, this final year has not been the best and there are many things that I wished I could have done at school for my senior year.. However, at the same time, there are many things that have kept me sane, and one of those things is Paw Prints Weekly.
During my freshman year, I wanted to do something new and when I found out Paw Prints had applications out, I submitted mine quickly. I still remember how anxious I was when I walked into that interview room and left thinking I did terribly. To my surprise, I later got my acceptance into the program a few months later.
Who would have guessed that simply joining this program would have taught me so many different skills and allowed me to meet some of my good friends?
To Carol, thank you so much for being the best Editor-in-Chief you could be and taking charge even though this year has been a real hassle. You have been so kind to me since I first entered the program and I have really appreciated it. I wish you well on your journey to UC Berkeley, I know you will be fine.
To Rani, thank you for being such a good friend. I remember when all the new people sat in the front of the class and we all just naturally became friends and messed around a lot. I wish you luck in being the new Editor-in-Chief, I know you’ll do great.
To Candice, Gary and Renee, thanks for being a part of the chaotic table in the front of class too, there was always something happening. I would have probably never have met any of you if I never joined, and I am really glad I was able to. I really hope we will see each other again soon and maybe we can go on another hike. I wish all of you well.
To the rest of the staff, whether you joined my first year or barely this year, you all have been great. I wish all of you well on all of your future endeavors, whether you continue in the program or go off somewhere new.
To Ms. Robles, thank you for being such a great adviser for the three years I have been in the program. I could always see your passion for this program and I know you will keep leading it well.
Now, that is all from me, thank you for reading my long ramble, ADIÓS!
Adrian will be attending UC Riverside majoring in public policy. He’s not sure what he wants to pursue yet, but he wants to use his skills to help those in need.
Denise Thuong, Visual Editor
What’s a good start to a goodbye?
I stared at my screen for a while trying to figure out an answer, until I realized that there really isn’t one since it ends in a ‘bye’ anyway. 🙁
Still, it’s sad to say such a word, especially to such a great program that I never got to fully indulge in. To say I wished I had joined Paw Prints Weekly sooner is crying over spilled milk because now I’ve learned to appreciate things while they’re there.
The Paw Prints staff is filled with the most welcoming people I have ever met and I am sad to go without getting to know you all more. This last year has been tough, but you all have made it enjoyable. Stuff in the group chat never fails to be entertaining, as well as the one in Zoom. You all inspire me to be more outgoing. I never felt uncomfortable to talk or share my thoughts with any of you and that’s the kind of energy I want to give off to others. So, thank you all for being you!
I want to especially thank Carol for being such an understanding and driven editor-in-chief! Your role in Paw Prints was so inspiring and admirable!
To Ms.Robles, thank you so much for advising Paw Prints with your funny, good-natured heart. You will continue to be one of the teachers I’ll never forget.
To Devyn, I’ll miss you so much! Thank you for those hilarious in-class conversations and commentary I will always cherish. Let’s collaborate on more graphics together xoxo 💋
To the rest of the seniors in Paw Prints— Adrian, Bryce, Candice, Carol, Devyn, Sauce— I wish you all the best in your endeavors! I know you’ll do great! This wasn’t the senior year we deserved, but it’s definitely unlike any other year, and maybe that perfectly encapsulates the class of 2021.
Again, thank you guys for making Paw Prints the amazing program it is! Bye <3
Denise will be attending UCSD majoring in Econometrics. She also might not.
Candice Lee, Online Editor
Welp, this is it. We finally made it!
We all know this past year has been the craziest year with everything going on around the world. I could never imagine in a million years that I would spend my last year of high school sitting at home, staring and talking to a screen all day. However, thanks to everyone from Paw Prints Weekly (PPW), this year did not turn out so bad after all.
Thinking back to the past three years spent in PPW, I can not help but smile at all the fun moments we share together. Some of my favorites from the first year were us jamming down Disney songs in class, playing Secret Santa during Christmas, and waiting outside the door to see when Ms. Robles will remember she has a class to let in. Even though in the second year, I was not able to physically be in class, you guys still kept me updated with all the fun things that happened during class. Like Remy 🐀on the run and Gary writing “curmasoup” instead of “tiramisu” in an article. And last but not least, this year especially with Sauce and Joseph posting memes every moment in the group chat and us “betting” with emojis on what time Ms. Robles will start the class. Though things get tough from time to time, we still manage to overcome all hurdles and end everything week with amazing articles.
We truly are a family.
Shout out to Rani, Adrian, and all the OGs of the “Robles Front Table Committee,” thank you guys for making my day every time I came to class. Despite all the chaoticness and the cringy Disney sing-offs, you guys are some of the bestest groups of friends I have. You guys are always so supportive and kind when I am seeking help and advice. I would have never been this cheerful and outgoing if it was not for you guys. Much love and hope you all will succeed in reaching all your goals and dreams.
Shout out to Carol, thank you for being an awesome Editor-in-Chief despite the amount of chaos this year has brought to us. I can’t imagine all the work you must have gone through to get us well organized while bringing us together every Friday with fun games and activities. Did you know we have known each other for like eight years now? It’s crazy. Anyway, best wishes to you on your next chapter at UC Berkeley. Don’t forget us when you are rich and famous! (jkjk… but still don’t forget us.)
Shout out to Ms. Robles, thank you for being such a wonderful advisor in keeping us all in check throughout my stay in the program. You were always so supportive and open-minded when it came to letting us make decisions for ourselves and always giving us the benefit of the doubt. I will never forget how you encouraged me to take on challenges that I would never imagine doing and the joyful look you had knowing I have come out victorious. I can tell how genuine you were in wanting us to succeed. Seeing you trying to connect with everyone one of us and our jokes just goes to show the amount of dedication you have for the program and the love you have for all of us. I can surely say on behalf of the program, thank you for everything you have done for us and we are truly grateful to have you as our advisor. Wish you, your family, Mango, and the program the best of luck.
Last but not least, shout out to the rest of the staff of PPW: Joseph, Renee, Denise, Devyn, Maeve, Halo, Annie, Charlie, Bryce, Sauce, Claire, Angela, Gary, and Remy. Thank you guys for all of your hard work throughout your stay at the program. This year would have never been the same without any one of you guys. I wish you all the best and may all your dreams come true.
Now to end my farewell address… “With that, I just have two more words to say: Candice(Obama) Out”(two fingers pressing on lip/mic drop) -Barack Obama 2016
Candice will be attending Santa Monica College in the fall majoring in Media Design. She plans to transfer to USC or UCLA to further her studies. She’s not sure what she wants to pursue yet, but she hopes to bring more kindness to the world.
BRYCE ADDISON M. PINEDA, STAFF WRITER
I can’t believe that the year’s already over. Despite the restrictions that the COVID-19 lockdown has put in place that prevent all of us from working together in person. It has truly been a pleasure being with all of you. I really do wish that things would’ve turned out differently so that we would’ve been able to get to know each other a little bit more though because y’all are really dope and I wish that I had the opportunity to experience this year with all of you. Despite that, I still cherish my short time here at Glen A. Wilson and all of the memories that I’ve created as part of Paw Prints Weekly, even though it was online. Hopefully someday in the future, we are able to cross paths once again and finally meet in person!
To Carol, thank you so much for introducing me to the program! I’ll forever be grateful for you on that day that you decided to approach me and ask me to apply as a staff writer for Paw Prints Weekly because this program has been one of the highlights of my senior year. Ever since the school year started, I’ve always looked forward to writing a new article every week and improving upon my journalistic skills. Paw Prints Weekly has truly been a life-changing experience and I wouldn’t trade it in for anything else. Not only have I been able to keep my writing skills sharp throughout the year, but I also managed to make some really good friends through this program and it’s all because of you! I really hope that you see how much positivity you’ve brought to my senior year at Wilson by accepting me as part of this class. I’d also like to thank you especially for being my Sports Editor because we all know how much knowledge (or lack thereof) I have in regards to sports, haha.
To Candice, I didn’t really get to know you that much this year, but I have to say that I appreciate all that you do for the program. It must’ve been an undertaking having to maintain pawprintsweekly.org, the face of our publication where the students go in order to read the latest articles, all of the time and you never miss a beat! For that, I admire your dedication to the program and although I wish that we’d have been able to talk more during this school year, I hope that you find happiness no matter where life may take you.
To Rani, we’re in the same AP Biology class and you always seem to be such a smart and hardworking student that understands the topics and concepts taught to us so well. What’s your secret? 🤭 I want to thank you so much for being my Editorial Editor and guiding me through the creation of these articles that require a lot of research behind them. I know that the section can sometimes present a challenge and during my first time writing for editorial, I was nerve-wracked. But you know what? You have been such an amazing editor this year and during the few times that I’ve written for this section, I felt as if you truly brought out the best in me while I was writing and I really thank you for inspiring me to write to the best of my capabilities!
To Claire, the first editor that I worked with. When it comes to features, I really owe my output each week to you because if it weren’t for your help in contacting the individuals that I have to interview, I wouldn’t have known where to start. Even though having to schedule all of the interviews needed for this section can sometimes be a challenge in and of itself, it is always a rewarding experience whenever I get to send them back the finished article and create new connections along the way. I’d also like to thank you for how much clarity you provide towards my articles because you never fail to catch phrases and sentences in my interviews that further be clarified and I really admire that about you! I’m kind of a grammar nut, so I really look up to that quality of yours. 😅
To Adrian, I’ve always loved writing for perspectives and I’m very glad that you became my editor this year because whenever I had questions or was unsure about which direction to take the article, you always gave me solid advice that made my piece so much better in the end. You always served as such a good editor that understood where I was coming from in my writing pieces and added valuable input whenever I hit a roadblock on how to articulate my thoughts or what other points to discuss.
To Renee, I want you to know that entertainment has always been my favorite section to write for (but isn’t it everyone’s?) and I have always taken all of your advice to heart because I strive to create only the best output that I can give, especially when it concerns topics that I’m passionate about… and you know how much love I have for cinema and music. The funny thing is that all of the entertainment articles that I wrote in 2021 got nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars. When the nominees were announced, I immediately thought about that and it’s such an unbelievable thought. I never expected it myself because I barely saw any feature films from the past year (less than a dozen) and both of my articles got nominations, haha. But yeah, I appreciate how you give such detailed answers to my queries whenever I’m writing for features and you’ve really helped me become such a well-rounded music and film critic. My departing question to you is: what are some films that you’d recommend?
To Denise, we didn’t really get to talk much during the year except when it was related to our IB classes. Although this is the case, I have to say that I always look forward to the images that you provide to my articles, especially when it comes to entertainment! They always turn out to be such a beautiful visual companion to the writing piece and they make me want to learn more about the topics being discussed (assuming that I wasn’t the one who wrote about them 😂).
To Devyn, you’ve always been such an admirable student that does all of the work assigned to you. I can clearly see that whenever we form groups or have discussion boards in Civics/Economics class. I really do wish that we’ve gotten to know each other a little bit more during the school year because you always struck me as such a kind and welcoming person. During the few times that we’ve worked together during classes, you’ve always shown initiative and responsibility and that’s what I admire about you. And as I’ve said before, I love the visuals that you provide to our articles!
To Joseph, I love your drawings! I really wish that we’d gotten to know each other a little bit better, especially since we were classmates for about ¼ of a year in Spanish class last year. Now that I think about it, being a part of that class last year does indeed explain why you might’ve thought that I wasn’t a Senior, haha. Here’s to more years in Journalism!To Sauce, you brought so much laughter to Paw Prints Weekly and I don’t think that the program would’ve been quite the same without you. Despite not having met you in person before, I felt that I’ve gotten to know a lot about your interests during this school year and I think that that’s really cool. 🤘🏻
To Angela, if it wasn’t for the pandemic, I really wish that we would’ve been able to talk to each other. Nevertheless, I’ll always think of Totoro whenever I’m looking back on the people in this class and all of the memories I’ve made. I am wishing you all the best of luck on your endeavors as you continue to lead the Journalism program in your new position!To Maeve, we haven’t interacted much either, but you’ve been such a nice person during the times wherein we were actually able to talk together. I’m wishing you all the best and I want you to know that your articles are always a very interesting read. I just know that you’ll do great things for the journalism program in the coming years and I hope that you enjoy your time here!
To Halo, you’ve always been such a nice person to talk to. I’m glad that we’ve been able to have short conversations from time to time because it’s always a pleasure to be able to talk to my classmates. Hopefully, you enjoy the rest of high school because it’s definitely been such a fun experience for me even though I didn’t get to experience all of it (It’s a long story that I won’t get into here. I’ll explain it later if you want, lol.).
To Gary, I wish that we’d been able to talk more during this school year because you’ve always been a funny person. Despite not having met in real life beforehand, I felt as though we as a class have grown together so much since the start of the year and I’m really glad that we were still able to do so despite the circumstances that were present during this school year. I hope you’re doing well and I wish you nothing but the best for your future!
To Charlie, much like the other staff writers, I would’ve loved to talk and get to know you more if we had in-school learning because you seem like such a cool and interesting dude. I’m glad that you’ve been given the position of Sports Editor because anyone can see that if anyone were to be most deserving of that position, it’d be you of all people. I wish that I could write sports articles as well as you could because I know virtually nothing about the subject matter, haha. I’m glad that you get to be the editor for a section that you are evidently passionate about and I know that you’ll do great in it!
To Annie, the only interactions that I remember having with you were when you asked me about the artwork you were doing for my article and when we were playing Pictionary during Family Fun Friday one time. During those interactions, you were a really nice person and I have to say that your art looks absolutely beautiful. No kidding, I always look forward to the art that you provide to the articles every single week. You’re truly a talented individual and I hope that you continue to provide your beautiful artworks to the program because they always look amazing!
I wonder how 🐀 has been doing lately? Hmm…
Bryce will (probably) be attending Mt. San Antonio College in the fall working towards a degree in Biological Sciences. He wants to find a job in the scientific field pursuing his passion for science.
Devyn Kelly, Graphic Artist
It seems like just yesterday when I walked through the gates of Wilson back when I was just a freshman. I remember feeling anxious, but relieved since I was able to go to the same high school as many of my classmates from middle school. Walking into my English 1 Honors class, I would not have believed how many times I would return to that classroom for the next years to come. Ms. Robles would always mention the Journalism program which definitely sparked my initial interest in the class. However, it was my sophomore year where I truly considered the possibility of joining Journalism. Carol and Candice were both in my AP European History class for 3rd period. I remember they both mentioned to me that applications were open, and I was hesitant at first because I was slightly afraid of new changes. Fun fact, I was almost close to not joining journalism because I believed I wouldn’t be able to submit my application in time. With the help of Carol, I was able to convince myself to turn in my graphic design application, no matter the time.
Joining Journalism has been one of my best decisions in high school. I do not know where I would be without being part of such an amazing, self-funded program. The people in Journalism are so funny and non-judgmental to be around. It was always exciting to walk to class every day with Denise. Of course, one of the highlights was Remi the Rat. His little tail sticking out of the classroom fan made me laugh so hard. And, of course, of all the days to miss, Denise was absent the day of the rat discovery. To this day it’s still something ironic we both laugh about. Also, going to ELAJEA back in February 2020 (before quarantine 😬) fueled my love for Raising Cane’s. I had never heard of it before we all went there together and after discovering it, it quickly became one of my favorite fast foods. Let’s just say I was pretty excited to hear there was going to be a Raising Cane’s right here in Hacienda Heights.
To Denise, thank you for all the laughs you provided me inside and outside of Journalism. It is hard to describe just how much I cherish our memories together and how much you impacted my life. It is crazy to think that we probably wouldn’t have genuinely talked if I didn’t sit at the same table as you back in Publications in middle school. I’m so thankful that we were able to join Journalism together and make even more memories! I know you will do great at the ambiguous college of your choice. 😍
To Carol, the two years I have been in this program have just given me a snapshot of how much of a kind, caring, and funny person you truly are. Your leadership in this program has truly inspired me and I always thought of you as someone who was older than me because you were so respectable and a great EIC. I’m sad we didn’t get to spend our last year in the (new) Journalism classroom, but I wanted to let you know that you will absolutely do great things in the future! I wish you the best of luck in college!
To Ms. Robles, thank you for being such a relatable and welcoming teacher in Journalism. If it were anyone else, Journalism would have never felt the same. I will always remember you as one of my favorite teachers at Wilson and I thank you for always bringing smiles to our program. I will never forget you!
And, to everyone else, thank you for making Journalism a class to look forward to in high school. I will miss everyone in this class and I can’t wait to revisit the future of Journalism in years to come. Good luck to you all!
Devyn will be attending Cal State Fullerton in the fall as a kinesiology major. She hopes to pursue a career that brings great meaning to the world for generations to come.
Santiago Saucedo, Artist
I planned to join Paw Prints before Covid hit and when Emma was still on the staff. But here I am now. I don’t have a frame of reference so this was my favorite year of Paw Prints by far. Alas, all good things come to an end. I’m not good with saying bye for various personal reasons so I’ll just jump into it.
To Joseph, my broski, I can’t express how enjoyable you’ve made Paw Prints for me. I’d laugh like a hyena sometimes just from dumb memes sent in the chat and whatnot, it’s always been fun with you around. Of course, I didn’t get the full experience because of quarantine but it was fun nonetheless. I also really love your art style, it’s really good for comics. Sadly I didn’t really develop my own style like I set out to in the beginning but it’s nice to see others. Other than that, thanks for being a total G.
To Rani, I am genuinely scared by the raw power and talent that you possess and exude. It’s actually a little frightening but I’m all for it. I highly doubt you need me to tell you to keep being you or striving to achieve because you’d do it either way. Thanks for giving me the push to get out of my comfort zone like writing an article for editorial when I’m on the artist staff team. Good luck in MUN and everything you set your mind to.
To Carol, my favorite Editor in Chief, thanks for pushing me to succeed and incorporating me into the program. I expected to be in a backroom or something but as it turns out no because we’re in quarantine. Thank you for trying to give a journalism experience as close to the original as possible. Sadly I don’t think I’ll be returning next year.
To Gary, one of my favorite underclassmen, it’s been really fun watching and being a part of your chaotic antics. I enjoyed talking about anime and manga with you for however brief it may have been. The Mock Write-off was lots of fun, you asked basically all the questions. Keep it up my guy, you’re gonna go far.
To Bryce, I could’ve sworn you were an underclassman, I’m in awe at how many movies you’ve watched and how you even have time for it. Then again I read something like one hundred chapters for manga a week/day depending on my schedule. It’s really interesting to see how invested you are in the art of cinematography, it’s really unique to see that level of dedication. I don’t have many movie recommendations that I think you’d like cause I’m a weeb but I did enjoy Perfect Blue minus a few of the scenes, Paprika, Grave of the Fireflies (I nearly cried) and Ghost in the Shell.
To Charlie, you’ve got more drip than should be legal. I admire how well-rounded you are; academic, artistic, athletic and fashionable. I could never. Though we never talked too much about music, it’s nice to see others that can appreciate the flow and verse of “old” rappers and what they stand for. That’s about all I have to say, hold your head high Chief.
To Candice, I can’t count how many times I’ve cringed at my art being displayed on the front page. Then again that’s what I signed up for so that’s on me. Thank you so much for putting all the effort that you do into formatting and beautifying the website and publications.
To Adrian, I think we talked like, once or twice this year. But we can both agree, Pham’s class was good while we had it. Other than that, I hope you succeed in all your endeavors. To Annie and Angela, I’ve enjoyed the few conversations we’ve had on anime in class. Only one of my friends watches anime on a fairly consistent basis so I’m always happy to find others that enjoy the media. Though I’m an Evangelion fan, I did branch out to other recommendations that you gave. You’re both great artists and I can tell you’ll go far.
To Denise and Devyn, sadly I don’t think I had the opportunity to talk to either of you at all this year. I can’t offer anything other than the standard “I hope you do well and succeed in life.”
To Halo, I think I’ve had one conversation with you at the beginning of the year. Then again I have a terrible memory so it might’ve been two. Regardless, I do like reading your articles whenever I’m assigned to them. Thanks for making it easier on me.
To Maeve and to Claire, I think there’s a common trend with not really getting to talk to many people. Zoom really doesn’t give the capacity for group discussions. But alas, I hope you both succeed in all your future endeavors.
Renee, I’m sorry that I can’t say anything more than I’m sure you’ll go far but I’m sure you’ll go far.
To Ms. Robles, I can confidently say that I have had more fun than should be legally trying to guess when the class will begin. It’s sadly something that I don’t think will happen ever again. Other than that, thank you for being the advisor for this class.
To Sauce, the only staff writer I’ve had problems with, where do I even begin? Like you didn’t even talk to me once for your editorial and didn’t even read my text when I asked what you wanted for your editorial. And you’re pretty loud in class, what’s up with that man? Like chill. Jeez. Anyways, your art is decent at best if I were to say. Probably “meh” tier. The comics are okay. Don’t even get me started on RBG, you could’ve done charcoal or something. But no, just had to be micron. And why did you switch at the end to digital graphics? The heck man. At least be consistent. The last part’s a joke, mostly. Either way it was really fun and the only thing that I really regret about the senior year was that I couldn’t take journalism in person. The other classes I could do without. I had lots of fun memeing about Robles always being late and all that as frustrating as it may have been at times. I even missed out on a full English breakfast to do the SCJEA event. And I love full English. Regardless, I hope you all do your best and continue to be upstanding and amazing human beings.
To the seniors that are leaving with me, I know I can’t stand shoulder to shoulder this year because I barely joined, but it was fun being with you. Sounds like I’m writing a will. Regards, Sauce.