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Being Thankful

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Makenzie Wright – Editor-in-chief

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Fright Night
October 19, 2018

This year, I have multiple things to be thankful for including my dog. My dog’s name is Spencer and he is a mutt, consisting of many breeds including a majority of black lab. We got him from the Humane Society in Waynesburg when I was about 11. Since then, he has became a lifelong best friend. I am clearly his favorite person in the house because he always protects me from everyone else and only bites me rarely. If I tell him to bite one my siblings, he will. Without Spencer my life would be boring and I wouldn’t have a best friend.

I am also extremely thankful for multiple people in my life, like my boyfriend Jordan. Jordan and I have only known each other since the summer, but ever since then we have spent a lot of time together. I often think about what I did before we were together and I recall how bored I always was. Of course, a boyfriend is something that is not necessary, but they are great to have around and I am very thankful for mine and the relationship we have created.

Lastly, I am thankful for food. Not only am I thankful for having delicious food, but I am thankful for food in general. I am well aware that there are multiple people worldwide that do not have nearly as much food as my family does, some do not have any food at all. Food is a necessity required to maintain a healthy life, so I am very thankful that I do not have some of the struggles that many have and that my family will always be able to afford food.

About the Writer
Makenzie Wright, Editor-in-chief

Makenzie Wright is a senior and a second year Journalism student, serving as an editor-in-chief.

Makenzie is a participant in both volleyball and basketball. She is also apart of many clubs such as Leo Club, National Honor Society, Academic Team, Yearbook, Science Olympiad, Envirothon, Drama Club, Reading Club, Peer Mentoring and Debate Team.

In her free time. Makenzie enjoys going shopping or out to dinner, as well as reading and spending time with her dog.

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