Monday, May 17, 2010

another chapter closed

I just got back to Clemson but this time it's different. I am no longer a student here, I'm an alumni. How weird is that? It's so weird that I don't even feel the slightest change but what I do know is I don't have any more classes, tests, or papers. I just spent a week at home with my family and had such an amazing time. Bryson came to Fredericksburg for the first time and I showed him around and we tried to hit all the fburg musts. I always enjoy going home because I'm lucky enough to have most of my family all in the same area which means cookouts, dinner outings, and constant gatherings of some sort. Cheyenne got a chance to come home for a little bit, Josi was home, and I was home. It's rare that all three of us are there together but when we are it's always so much fun. A lot of things are changing right now but family is one thing that never changes and that's what I love about it the most. Josi just moved to Colorado this past weekend to work on a ranch where the electricity cuts off at 11 every night. She said it's absolutely beautiful there and already made friends with a horse named Scooter. I hope she has the time of her life out there and maybe I'll get a chance to visit. My older sister is back at her old apartment which burned down a few weeks ago and she is still trying to get everything back to the way it was. I just started my own soccer camp and some individual training back at school and then I'll be heading to Europe for a month or so. I can't wait to go but this next month or so I'm going to focus on learning as much as I can. I want to learn more about Final Cut, Animation, and I want to read...a lot. So that's what I plan on doing.

I can't believe 5 years of college is over, just like that, done. It was an amazing ride, and I wouldn't change anything if I had to do it all over again. The world moves so fast and sometimes it's nice to sit back and take a deep breath instead of trying to keep up. I can't wait to see what the future holds for me and I'm ready to take another leap and see what happens.

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