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Tea(-4) Time with Tracy: Week of November 13th

Post Published: 13 November 2011
Category: Column, T4 Time With Tracy, Teenagers with thyroid diseases
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STRESS noun \ˈstres\ containing force or influence as, d: a state resulting from a stress; especially: one of bodily or mental tension resulting from factors that tend to alter an existent equilibrium


I don’t think I truly understood the meaning of the word until this year. In the next couple of weeks, all the seniors at my school are supposed to imput their quotes for the yearbook, which appear under their senior portrait. It’s a weird feeling, knowing that I will soon be graduating high school. When I think about it, I can’t possibly find a quote that would sum up my last four years and what I’ve been through. Spending hours looking through books and searching online sites for empowering quotes is more diffcult than I thought. Simply put, what I’m looking to say is that I’m hopeful for the future, but will never be forgetful of the past and my struggles. Honestly, I really want this quote to be meaningful.

On top of all of this, I can’t stop thinking about what college I’ll end up at. This has truly been the most challenging year academically and mentally. I know I need to push through and remain confident about college. As I continue searching, I’m hoping the right senior quote will come to me.

I’ve been told that I will end up at the college where I belong, and it will all work out in the end. Fingers crossed…

Sending much love and support your way,



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One Response to “Tea(-4) Time with Tracy: Week of November 13th”

  1. Lolly says:

    You will find that quote that sums up everything you feel and you will find the college that will see you through the rest of your academic years. Good luck and I wish you every success, not easy when you have thyroid disease but you got through this part, upwards and onwards.


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