It’s Here

Wow, so what exactly just happened?

Can’t believe my time here at Plymouth is finally at its end. It’s crazy to look back and realize how fast the past three years have flown by. It’s a surreal feeling to know I just have a few finals and then I’m done here forever. The past few years here have been a lot of fun and stressful at times, I remember when I first started here thinking “It’s going to take me forever to graduate.” Of course that wasn’t true and the time actually went by so much faster than I could have anticipated.

Closing out my time here I have mixed emotions; I’m excited and proud I was able to graduate from college (I originally dropped out), but I’m also nervous/overwhelmed about what the future holds. You get so use to the college routine of organizing your week around classes and studying, then to all of a sudden shift gears into a more professional world is going to be an adjustment. I’m sure virtually all graduates feel this way at first, and I’m sure I’ll figure it out sooner rather than later. But that still doesn’t make it any less stressful.

I’m grateful for all my friends and professors I’ve had here at Plymouth, and this process has improved me as a person

Grad Party

One of the perks about graduating in an few weeks is having a graduation party with all my friends from back home. I haven’t spent too much time back in North Attleboro this past year so it’ll be awesome to see all of my friends and family. I’m gonna have to get in the zone and focus if I’m going to dominate all these drinking games. I’ll definitely have to make sure we have beer pong and Kubb (if you don’t know what Kubb is check it out, it’s awesome).

More importantly it’ll be awesome to have some great food, my family always comes through with amazing food at these types of parties. They always prepare way too much food and then force my friends to stuff their face… they don’t complain. Last thing I have to figure out is which kind of keg I’m gonna pick for this party. I’ve been on a big German beer kick lately so maybe I’ll get a half barrel of some helles lager, or maybe I’ll get something more summery. Either way this is a major life decision that could alter the course of my life moving forward… no pressure