Breck School - Mustang Yearbook (Minneapolis, MN)

 - Class of 1986

Page 7 of 174

 

Breck School - Mustang Yearbook (Minneapolis, MN) online yearbook collection, 1986 Edition, Page 7
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.. 5-Q-3i1gQ:Q:v eta: ip ' is 7 5, M N,,,..-ll' x ml' 31 .3 op left: Peter Gainsley actually doing his French homework op right: Teddy Richardson wonders if Ari Schwarz is ever going to let him carve his umpkin .bovez Breck Mustangs show their stuff ight: Braden Pihetts smiles for the camera Cont from pg. 2 Age, of course, determines our definition of fun. Fun can be playing on the swingset at re- cess, or riding the bus home with friends. By the age of six- teen, a new definition of fun comes into play: cruising the big city with a provisional li- cense to prove it. Times change, but chances are, you are still having fun with your original Dreck friends. Breck friendships go deeper than having fun, for the kinds of friends we make are those who take time to listen. They encourage us when we are low, and they are there to ape plaud our successes. The good times then, include quiet mo- ments shared with a true friend, and the true friend need not necessarily be a student. lt could just as easily be a teach- er. Visitors to our school often remark on the friendships be- tween students and teachers. We don't always understand how unique this condition is, or how fortunate we are. Perhaps it is the freedom from responsibility, more than any- thing else, that makes these the best of times. There are people at home who care about us, and look after us. Slowly, we learn to acccept those responsibilities ourselves. For naw, it is reassuring not to have to worry about food, supporting a family, or holding down a steadyjob. instead we can relax and enjoy the sce- nery with our friends. Yes, un- deniably, these are the best of times. gp-in s-def! 'C'-2 Introduction

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