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Sometimes, it's not easy to do certain things. For example, in writing copy for this yearbook, I had to take intci
consideration factors like a. the event had to be covered in a positive manner: b. the theme of the book and the:
section theme needed to match, c. copy should be both interesting and Informative to the reader: on top of thisi
d. it had to "fit" just right. In comparison, it was like trying to build a new model toy using only a pictureof an
older one as a guide. Still, it had to be done on time, and I was basically on my own.
If you did read the copy, you might have noticed some of those things. Though achieving the balance
between the "serious" and the "funny" took considerable effort, I feel like I did a decent job of it. Maybe you
don't, but if you find an error, I'll refer you to my successor.
Although there were others involved in the production of this book Qand they are mentioned belowj, most of if!
was done alone Qyes, that's why I seemed to be in Xenonland at timesj. It was plenty of work - on the surface:
it seems easy. But, a closer look will prove otherwise. And, it was difficult, considering what I went through as Ci
senior preparing for grad school. Some might remember me not "being around" much because I worked 25-351
hours per week. Maybe that's why I didn't win a Superlatlve or get recognition as Class Valedlctorian or earn
some other award. Receiving such an honor would've been nice: yet, my reward is knowing I did my best ana
being able to have something to show for it. ,
I had the craziest thought once, and It more or less "inspired" me to name this page The Last Word - get thi!
- I truly do get to say the last thing, and in society, the person who does, wins. Alter all the speeches are
made, awards are given, and recognition is meted out, I get to leave an indelible mark In history. You see, one
day down the road, all those things will be forgotten - memories fade, titles become as dreams, and trophies
gather dust. As long as one copy of the Yearbook remains to be read years down that road, however, l do I'
the last word, and so l've truly won - for this book l've produced will shape memories and impressions of E1
for a long, long time. Maybe it ls a crazy thought, but I like lt. V g A V, , , ,
The list of people I wish I could thank would not fit on this page unless the print was microscopic land it's s
enough alreadyj. Everyone l've ever met has influenced my thinking In one way or another, from the guy I 9
directions to once, to a special Californian who l'Il never forget - so I'Il just say "Thank You" to all of you.
some deserve special recognition, as follows:
1. God - for being loving enough to allow me to suffer all the growing pains
2. Mike Jenkins - he gave me his best effort in the midst of an incredible situation
3. Nick Lewis and Jim Boles - Allen Funt would've been proud
4. Terry Boswell and Carrie Jenkins - two very patient typists
5. "Tammy" Sue Baker - another of the "patient few"
6. Richard Blanco - God moved you to buy that camera of yours for a good reason
7. Sammy Oxendlne - for the ads, scholarship, and signing my dlpioma " i"'ii A '
8. Rev. Aaron Phillips - again for thefuse of your
9. Aimee Amorose, Shern Smith, and are forever
10. Bob Guy - I wish we were yet?
11. The ECBC Student Body -
There's so much more that
lt's been a great four
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