One thing you’ll hear teenagers talk about is their freedom. They constantly want more of it the older they get.
One of the first things they’ll want is a car and then they’ll want to drive that car alone — without either parent breathing down their necks. Who can blame them?
We’ve all been there, frustrated with the constraints school and parents have on us.
Well, two schools – West Orange High School in Florida and James Bowie High School in Texas – invited the class of 2017 to flex their imagination and paint their very own farewell address on their assigned parking spaces. From quotes from the wizarding world of Harry Potter, to hometown tributes to the Chicago Cubs, these students delivered some profound messages relaying their transition from high school to the real world.
The seniors did such a swell job, it instantly became sensational on Twitter and social media. It certainly added a heartfelt, aesthetic feel to the parking lot.
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