A special spot in snowy Canada, contributed by Gaby Khoury (2021)
12021-04-24T16:17:17-04:00Emily Mitchellff4ea107307f7ae7326072957b361b722e43ffd1732plain2021-04-25T12:12:34-04:00Emily Mitchellff4ea107307f7ae7326072957b361b722e43ffd1This place in Snowy Canada means so much to me. It was in this very spot on December 9th 2020 that I received a phone call informing me that I had lost my best friend in Lebanon in a car accident. I remember myself jogging in the snow when the news shattered my heart leaving me in a state of shock. For two hours, I wandered trying to process what I had just heard and this photo marks the final milestone in a seven-years-long journey I had established with my best friend. This photo is a reminder of her that I have grown quite fond of over the last few months. Whenever I look at it, I always seem to associate with it Helen Keller’s famous quote, “What we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose, For all that we love deeply becomes a part of us”, because this quote popped up out of nowhere as I was forcing myself to escape reality by focusing on the research for my Expository Writing paper on that very night.
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