I was never one for saying goodbye for some reason. To be honest I’m still in this state of awe when I realize that everything I’ve worked for over the past four years is now a reality: I’m actually graduating.
I remember starting off fourth year with a sense of “well this is the last time I’m going to be doing this” and giving it my all. Cheesy, I know, but it’s the truth. I was so determined to finish being at this school because I was just so damn sick of it. Now that it’s all over and now that I can officially say “I’m going to graduate” I can’t help but feel a bit nostalgic. Has four years really come and gone this quickly? Have I really survived the soul sucking powers of U of T?
We all know that in hindsight everything looks so much better, but damn this is really over. It’s a bittersweet feeling to know that I’m finally ending this love/hate relationship with U of T.
Okay, okay, enough with the sentimental banter. I just wanted to write one last blog post to say a final “smell ya later” to U of T and blogUT and its wonderful readers and bloggers. I have grown in so many ways being here and am now (perhaps prematurely) being thrust into “the real world”. It’s time for me to shed this U of T skin and come into my own.
But I wouldn’t leave blogUT without a few good laughs. I stumbled upon this blog called College Problems and was DYING of laughter at how relatable and comical it was. So here are a few entries that have stuck out for me; and yes you can totally thank me when you have exams and you’re browsing through this website during study break #48754.
(all images courtesy of collegeproblems.org)