December 6, 2005
Final Thoughts to Lincoln Students
First off, I would like to say that I enjoyed hearing from both Mai and Amir. You both seem like wonderful people and will go on to be very successful in life. I wish both of you the best of luck in all that you do, whether it be school, sports, work, or whatever else you might be interested in. I wish that I could have gotten to know you guys a little bit better in the time that we had. It would have been nice to have more conversations and gotten a better feel for what type of people you guys are. But, I am still very appreciative for the oppurtunity to talk to you guys at all. The situation of your education is one that is a lot different from the one I experienced when I was your age, and it gave me an understanding of the role of schools in different situations. I would like to say that both of you, and your school in general, has helped broaden my knowledge of education in today's society. And I want to thank you for that, I truly appreciate it. Finally, I would like to wish you good luck on the rest of your school year, and everything else that you have going on in your lives. It was great talking to you guys, and if you ever need any advice about future school choices, please feel more than welcome to ask me.