Graduation

Graduation is such an odd time of life. You are so glad to finally be done with all the stress of classes and the accompanying homework, papers, and tests. But at the same time you are so tired and stressed that you can hardly enjoy yourself. It’s a bit of a contradiction.

Congratulations to all of this year’s graduates, and especially to my fiancé, who graduated yesterday with his MBA. The time and effort you have all put into making yourselves better is incredible, and I am so proud of you all.

The Light at the End of the Tunnel

16 days. Just 16. 16 days until I graduate. 

I’m ticking the things off my list. Senior recital, check. Last voice lesson *sniff sniff*, check. Tests, projects, papers…well, they’re getting there.

In 16 days I will be a real person. There is something about graduating from college that makes you consider yourself an adult. The only problem is that then you have to act like an adult. 

I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. 

I hope it’s not a train…