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Cure for my Seasonal Depression

Photo courtesy of Emma Callahan.
Photo courtesy of Emma Callahan.

I wake up and check the weather. 60 degrees! I jump out of bed. I dig out my favorite shorts from the back of my closet. I put them on and finally feel like myself again.  

I go downstairs and practically skip out to my car. I put all my windows down and blast Zach Bryan. I arrive at school before 7:28 a.m. for the first time this school year. 

I go in to school and have the most productive day of the year. I turned in all my missing work, and for the cherry on top, I got to eat my lunch outside.  

As I leave school, I have never felt so happy. I drive to Starbucks. A refresher in hand, sunglasses on, windows down, music blasting – I have never felt better. I get home and instead of going to my bed for my daily four-hour nap, I decide to sit outside until my friends pick me up. 

We go on a hike. I feel a pep in my step that I haven’t felt in months. Then I go get a sweet treat. I sit there thinking life has never been better.  It was like all the depression and every problem I faced magically left my body when spring came. 

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Addy Rebasti, Staff Reporter
Addy Rebasti is a senior here for her second year as both a Staff Reporter and the CEO (chief entertainment officer) on The Print. She is on Fallston’s swim team, spends a lot of time volunteering as a peer at her Church, and is the President of the Girls Who Code Club. She is also a part of Voices of Equity, Academic Team, Set Design, National Honor Society, English National Honor Society, and Science National Honor Society. This summer, Addy was a lifeguard and saw Taylor Swift in concert twice. Addy’s favorite color is pink. 
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