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Bailey McKee displays her excitement about her parking spot.

Bailey McKee displays her excitement about her parking spot.

Anthony Mottarella

Anthony Mottarella

Bailey McKee displays her excitement about her parking spot.

Anthony Mottarella, Photo Editor

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The painting of senior spots has been a consistent tradition Holy Trinity has held throughout the years, and has been appreciated by the students. As seniors, we are all thrilled to customize, personalize and create our parking spaces. After the brushes hit the concrete, the student parking lot is covered in various trends, designs, and colorful patterns.

Senior Bailey McKee was particularly excited about the privilege.

“I’ve known I would create an amazing senior spot ever since I was in the 7th grade. And now light blue, dark blue, and a beautiful hibiscus flower is what I pull up to everyday,” said McKee.

Bailey painted this specific flower because it reminded her of luau and the calm beaches of Hawaii. This intricate design took McKee and her little sister, Liz nine hours to complete.

Fellow senior Hunter Gaskin, took a more comical approach to his thought process of the painting.

“I painted my spot a big, huge American flag,” said Gaskin.

He painted this particular image because he “loves America. God bless it.” His original design is still in the making, and has taken him a total of four hours so far.

With the majority of the parking spots painted in the student lot, it gives everyone pulling into the school, a cheerful vibe.

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