I had a dream once. The best kind of dreams to have are the kind that fall into your hands and you just have it without actually dreaming of it. You realize what you have is the best that it could ever be. The sad part about my dream was I didn’t realize I had it until it was gone. Continue reading
I used to think that being best friends forever with my high school best friend was a thing that was stable in my life. I thought we would be best friends all through college and stand by each other’s side on our wedding day as each other’s maid of honor. That dream faded into something that no longer exists.
My best friend and I had been friends since 4th grade, all through middle school and highs school. Our friendship lasted through my first year of college and then as I rolled into my sophomore year of college she ghosted me. Continue reading
At last, the semester has come to an end. HALLELUJAH! I don’t know about anyone else but I was ready to move my crap out of my dorm room and leave that place for four months. I sent a bunch of my stuff home with my dad days before I was actually done so I actually had enough space to happy dance around my room.
1. Overly excited
You cannot contain yourself because there are literally three days left into the semester and all you want to do it throw papers around and sing WHAT TIME IS IT? SUMMER TIME!
2. Packing up all your shit
Let’s be honest, you don’t care where you put your stuff as long as it makes it back home. Am I right or am I right? My bags were practically buckling at the seams.
3. Cleaning your shit show of a room
THIS PLACE IS A SHIT HOLE! The time has come to clean your biohazard of a room.
4. Saying your goodbyes for the summer
The only downside to college, most of your friends live hours away, and now you have to say goodbye to them because you are all broke and can’t afford the gas, plane tickets, or train tickets to visit each other.
5. I hate you all, GOODBYE BITCHES!
Realizing you don’t have to see anyone you dislike for months.
6. Actually leaving college
The greatest feeling at the end of the semester is driving off the university knowing you have no academic responsibilities for months. Try not to leave burnout lines on the road when you’re driving away. We know you want to leave.
7. Unpack the past eight months of your life
Now you’re home and only have memories of the past eight months of school packed in boxes. No friends to hang out with 24/7 and actual rules to follow.