Senior quotes. Every senior's final words about their four years of high school. The quotes are inspirational, funny, deep, inside jokes, or just don't even make sense. Everyone loves to read senior quotes because they can tell so much about a person as you look from the words on the page to the picture of the person. People quote celebrities, movies, politicians, presidents, sports stars, parents, sisters, brothers, books, and songs because certain words really stand out or capture their attention.
For me, picking a senior quote was extremely hard because there are just so many great ones out there to sum up my high school career. I had always wanted it to be serious and very inspirational so I would always look for intense, meaningful song lyrics or some kind of clever saying said by Albert Einstein or Barack Obama. Then I realized that I wanted my quote to be one that is remembered by the people who read it. I wanted to make it short and crisp but at the same time say a lot about the person I quoted. Hopefully the people who read mine see the deeper meaning behind the comical saying of one of my best friends. To me, it says don't be afraid to be yourself and live life to the fullest ... without actually saying it.
I think our class had some extremely good quotes, whether it was Winnie the Pooh, Wayne Gretsky, TRON, Vince Lombardi, Robin Williams or even our own Mrs. Pasley. I was very moved by each and every quote of the class of 2010. I will never forget my experience of going through high school with you guys, thank you for all of the great memories that I can continue to look back on through the yearbook and remember who you were and what your final words said.