My plans are to attend the University of New Mexico this fall of 2021 and work towards my degree of becoming a pharmacist.
This question is always the hardest for me to answer, it would be easy to say that I will be halfway through Pharmacy school and that everything is going just my way. Maybe I would already be selling drugs by then, but legally, you get it HAHAH!!! However, life happens, but I can promise I will still be the strong, determined, and smart individual that I am. Also, sorry mom but I think my room will still be messy in five years.
My favorite memory from Aztec High School was when I scored the game winning goal against Albuquerque Academy, sending us to the Semifinals. This was my best memory of all time. To see everyone in the crowd cheering, our whole community coming to watch us one last time as a senior. Then to go back to class the next day and have my fellow classmates and my teachers congratulating me on a goal I had been waiting for all season was amazing.
I owe a huge thank you to Mr. Smith to showing me how awesome chemistry can be by making gummy bears scream (If you don’t know what I’m talking about you should ask him to show you!!!) . Thank you to Mrs. Lucero for helping me with all of my math courses from freshmen year to last year, I may have asked to many questions and asked for you to grade my tests early so I could get my grade, but I hope you know that you made math become a passion of mine. Because of you and your desire to push my math limits, I have complete faith in my future math classes. I owe a thank you to Mr. Scales who helped me finish a paper that I had 8 weeks to work on, but waited till the last minute to finish it, thank you for your patience and helping me finish it. Thank you Mrs. Robinson for helping me edit and expand my writing abilities, I am also waiting on the bistro brownie recipe.
Thank you Mr. Porter for helping navigate all four years not only as my Flex teacher, but my always telling me that “I am awesome” the very first time you said that to me was when I passed your vocabulary test with a 100%, I will forever hold that near my heart. Thank You Mr. McDermott, when I tore my ACL, you were right beside me to coach me through everything, and during our meeting with dream makers to hear you say “the best feeling is to see a player back on the field after an injury.” That made me feel so strong and to see you on the field after the game when I scored the goal to give me a knuckle. I hope you know the best feeling in the world was to have you standing right beside us. Above all, thank you to Mr. Lee who was not only my Ag Advisor for the last four years, taken me on countless Ag trips, taught me several lessons over vet science and animal science, but for always being the one classroom where I could worry less. I hope you know the constant awful dad jokes and snacks that I would steal from your classroom will always hold a place dear to my heart. Along with several laughs and a couple trips to Ihop with FFA. Thank you to all the Counselors, Custodians, Cafeteria workers and all the staff. Lastly, thank you mom, dad, Baylor, Deodoe and the Dusenbery’s and everyone else who has helped me!