This past week I moved out all of my things from the place I called home for the past six years. I did my three and a half years of undergrad and then two years of graduate school. It’s bittersweet to leave a place I called home for so long behind.
I became friends with new people, traveled to so many different places, and left with two degrees. I learned so many new lessons; boys included.
Part of the bittersweet feeling is that I don’t know what’s coming next. I know that we’re supposed to get a job, start a family, and just live. Having none of that is scary, but I’m okay with it because I know that right now, that is not what I want.
So here’s to you, 1413. Many new friends, memories, and two relationships later, I owe much gratitude to you. I’ve laughed, cried, felt angry, alone, sad, and ultimately the happiest person in the world.
After graduating in May, I’m still on the job search. I currently have a position on standby, but there are many legal and medical clearances I must obtain. In the meantime, I’ve been looking for something while all of that other stuff straighten’s out and it’s been tough.
I’m worried and not worried at the same time. I know I’ll find something. I believe in something greater, in which I know He is working out His plan for me
Well friends, I hope you enjoyed something a little different here on Light Lifestyle. I feel like I don’t say this enough, but thank you so much for reading what I have to say and sticking around. Thank you!