"Dylan was one of the most engaging students to have in class, and why not, he's a bowler, he hands out free pens, and he met the President of the United States. He'll tell you and show you too. He has a certificate. I've seen it. What other person can say that. Truly a pleasure to have in class!" - Mr. Douglas Cioffi
"Two things about Dylan Sandas that set him apart from most students that I taught. First was his wide range of interests, and secondly was his ability to laugh at himself. While many teenage kids identify a passion and pursue it, Dylan was knowledgable and engaged in several pursuits at once: History, Music, Sports, among many other things. He is a very well-rounded young man, and it's fun to talk to him about almost anything. Secondly, he never took himself too seriously that he couldn't laugh at the situations that he found himself in. This perspective and sense of humor made him mature beyond his years." - Mr. Kenneth Frank
"I would say that you are a very energetic, determined young man, who is not afraid to face a challenge. You always look to better yourself which each failure, and you always look to what is next, so you can take on a new challenge. You are a very humorous individual with a dry wit, like Steve Carrell." - Mr. Ryan Champney
Also, because he was left over since the last time I did this almost half a year ago, one of my friends comments still had to go...
"Great guy. Very supportive. Intellectual. Made physics senior year funny and interesting with his, 'Sheldon Cooper-like', personality." - Tom Tobin
So again, like I said above, I love doing this segment, and I wish I could this piece every single day! I love doing this, and I hope that you all enjoy reading these comments. Even though there aren't a lot to do, it is still a fun thing to do.
Did you like these comments? Have you ever asked people close to you how they feel about you? Would you be excited or afraid to do so?
Quotes of the Day: "Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose." - President Lyndon B. Johnson
"The envious man grows lean at the success of his neighbor." - Horace
"It is easier to love humanity as a whole, rather than to love one's neighbor." - Eric Hoffer
"Carpe Diem... Seize the Day boys. Make your lives extraordinary!" - Robin Williams, (as John Keating in Dead Poets Society)
"As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest expectation is not to utter words, but to live by them!" - President John F. Kennedy
"Today you are You, that is Truer than True. There is no one alive, who is You-er than You!" - Dr. Seuss