So sorry avid senioritis blog followers for my tardy post. I graduated on Sunday and so was too depressed all day yesterday to write. I am always sad to leave all my friends and go home for the summer, but this year is even worse knowing that I will not be coming back. Binghamton has treated me well these past four years and it will be harder to leave behind than I ever could have imagined. As I begin to pack up my room and watch my closest friends leave I can't help but feel that the best four years of my life thus far are over, and that even though I will keep in touch with my bestest buds, most of the friendships I have made here are over. I know I must look towards my bright future and not the past, but that is becoming increasingly hard as my friends make collages and slideshows to relive our college experience. A good friend reminded me that I have a job for the summer and got into law school so I have nothing to be sad about, but while this may be true it does not calm the fear and sadness washing over me. I am nervous to leave college where the living was oh so easy and become a real person. I am terrified to enter the real world with seemingly never ending responsibilities and obstacles to overcome. That being said I must remember one of my favorite quotes I learned from the cartoon Disney movie Meet the Robinsons that simply states "keep moving forward."
Sadly this must be a short post as I still need to pack up my room, no small feat I might add. Even though classes are over the work to be done never ends, stay lazy my friends.