Cheers to two more weeks until Thanksgiving break. It’s a great time to relax, enjoy a break from school, and stuff your face with turkey all while watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Specific shout outs to the Starbucks red cups, and Chick-fil-A’s peppermint milkshake.”
Cheers to Mexican food. Picture a nice triangle-shaped chip, just lightly salted, dipped in warm, melty cheese dip. Heaven in a bite.
Cheers to multiple Starr’s Mill students placing at the Clemson poetry competition. These students include freshmen Bella Gorman, Abby McSpadden, Mark Panait, Ella Griswold, and Stanley Dierkes, sophomores Mateya Petrova, Ishan Kasaju, and Rachel Harville, juniors Elizabeth Jackson, Melany Todd, Caron Lee, and Derrilun Maxey, and senior Samantha Ludwig.
Cheers to pumpkins being used for both Halloween and Thanksgiving. After you go through all the effort to carve a beautiful pumpkin, you don’t have to throw it away on November 1. Just save it for Thanksgiving.
Cheers to holiday items being back in stores. Specific shout outs to the Starbucks red cups, and Chick-fil-A’s peppermint milkshake.
Jeers to the Astroworld fiasco, where multiple people were injured and eight people died due to a “crowd surge.”
How are we supposed to have Thanksgiving without pumpkin pie and turkey?”
Jeers to Daylight Saving Time. Do we really need to reset our clocks two times a year? It seems kind of pointless in modern times.
Jeers to the shortage of canned pumpkin and turkeys. How are we supposed to have Thanksgiving without pumpkin pie and turkey?
Jeers to colds. It’s that time again, y’all, where our throats are all dry and our noses are all runny. It seems like every day another classmate is missing.
Jeers to mid-day dual enrollment classes. So you get up early to go to school here at Starr’s Mill, then around 3rd period you have to leave to go to a dual enrollment class, but you’re still not done as you have to come back to Starr’s Mill. It’s just not practical.