Monday, March 29, 2010

The End of a Semester

I don't think a day has gone by this semester where the idea of dropping out of school hasn't been discussed in apartment 104. We often find ourselves in stressful situations and then question why we are even in school With that being said, we only have TWO WEEKS of the semester left. This is Erin's final semester. We are super glad that she is staying with us over the summer. Guess we have a special boy to thank for that one:). The time has really passed quickly. It feels like it was only a few days ago we were all getting off to the awkward start of getting to know each other. As for me, I can say that my roommates have become some of my best friends. I have learned so many things this semester, both in the academic setting and also in my personal life. So here are a few:
1) Life passes quickly. Before you even realize it, months of your life have vanished. Cherish the time you have, no matter how hard life seems. Don't wish it away; you will never get the moments you do back.
2) Things don't always go your way. I am continually learning this lesson. As soon as I forget it, it doesn't take long to learn it again. I think the hardest thing for me is when I have to work and don't get to play or I like a boy and he doesn't like me back. Take what you get, and be grateful! I guess I can't have it all right now...but maybe I will someday.
3) Take risks! Nothing great was ever achieved without risks being involved. You may not always get desired results, but you will get results. One day, you will find a risk that is so worth taking, all the other risks will seem like they were worth it.

I am excited about this blog! I hope all the readers will enjoy our random ramblings and find ways to enjoy life no matter what comes their way. After all, this is the only life we have; we better live it up to the fullest!

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