By James Littleton ‘20
As simple as it may sound, the statement above cannot be more true.
Whether it’s a poker night, bonfire, or going on trips with my best friends; those kinds of things have never seemed so necessary.
In these trying times, I’ve had an amazing time spending time with my family, but as almost all of my closest friends will be splitting to different colleges this fall, there’s no other people I’d like to spend my time with than my friends.
Some of my most cherished memories have been made with this group of Crusaders, and I’m so thankful this amazing school has brought me to the greatest group of friends I could’ve ever imagined!
Every single one of us is dying to just get out and do anything… literally anything that involves all of us getting together.
Without a doubt, all given restrictions have been necessary and for the public’s health, but I would be a bold-faced liar if I said it doesn’t feel like my deserved time is being stolen from me. It truly is a tragedy for the Class of 2020, but will not go unnoticed.
The longer time goes on, the more and more eager I am to see my friends who I miss most. It has to happen at some point… right?