As the final semester of my undergrad career begins I can't help but feel the bittersweet feeling of a chapter of my life coming to an end. When I began freshman year I didn't think I would ever be ready to leave this college behind, but the closer I get the more excited I become to get out in the real world. I imagine this anxious feeling is because I, unlike so many of my friends know exactly what I am doing after graduation. I will be attending law school for the next three years. While it is not exactly the end of my education and the beginning of a career, it will mark a new experience and a change from my current lifestyle.
As excited as I am to move on with my life, I will be sad to leave this place behind. I live with five of my closest friends and it will be a hard adjustment to not come home to them after a hard day of classes next year. I am used to Binghamton and all it has to offer. Throughout my years here I have been able to take part in tons of activities and events that I'm not sure will be available to me in law school. I often wonder if I will be able to handle the work load of graduate school as my senioritis sets in and I have more motivation to lay in my bed all day than to do any sort of school work.
Alas, I must start some of that homework now if I have any chance of making the midnight deadline.
To all you readers out there, stay lazy.