Thanksgiving Jw Reflection

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Thanksgiving JW
It is important to me to go and reflect on all that has happened to me, all in all, I am thankful for the year that I have had. This year has been a very important turning point in my life, and as I look back and all the memories I have made, I realized how fortunate I have been in life. There have been many opportunities that I have been gifted that I am very thankful for. This past year has felt like a huge stepping stone into the next chapter of my life; I took my SAT’s, I wrote my college essay, I applied for colleges, and now all I can do is wait and I hope that all my hard work has come into fruition.
Nothing in my life could have been done without the support I have received from those around me, and that is what I most grateful for. This year I have truly realized that my family will always be
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