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~Jasper Fforde

Friday, May 14, 2010


Well, that's it. I'm. Done. School is officially over for the year. I can't believe it! I took my Latin final, was okay with how I feel I did, called some friends, almost cried on multiple occasions, and now, I'm sitting alone in the dorm (the Roomie is gone; back to "God's Country," USA) and eating the most yummy salt pretzel bagel I've had. (Thank you so much, Roomie's Dad!)

Its weird being here right now. It feels almost surreal, like no way in hell I'm not going to be in this dorm anymore! No. Way. Next year is going to be fun, but I love my room, I love the view from the window, and I love the people.

*Chomp chomp*...mmm! Really good bagel :)

So many thoughts are running through my head. I'm confused about so many things...relationships, friends, and how am I going to survive the summer without these people that I've grown so close to...

I am looking forward to summer, though. I mean, I have friends to hang out with, people to see, and places to go. Its not going to be all bad, but its going to be really, really weird. I'm looking forward to spending time with my family though. I've missed them a lot over the past couple of weeks. I guess there is good and bad in every situation.


  1. weird feeling when you have been spending so much time and effort on certain goals and those goals come to fruition. i always feel like theres something 'final' about that feeling, although (for me at least) i tend to find myself feeling like somethings missing without the goal...

  2. Hey, I have a roomie from Montana too! At least, I'm pretty sure that's what you were talking about!

    Congratulations on being done! It's a good feeling, huh? I know how you feel though, it's hard leaving the good friends, and going back home (even if you've got friends there, they still haven't been a part of your life like your college friends). But after three/now four summers of living at home, emailing is awesome. Also phone calls, but emails are nice because you can say everything all at once and send it to more than one person. I know I'd get tired of saying all the same stuff five times over (that's how many roommates I have). But have an amazing summer! It'll be great! :-)

  3. @Chess...

    Hehe...actually, I didn't mean Montana when I said "God's Country" I meant Michigan :P There are several people in my circle of friends who are from Michigan, and they refer to it as "God's Country" :P

  4. Congratulations Emmy!!!

  5. Emmy...I just saw that I called you Elly - TWICE!
    I'm so sorry dear.

    I just got my Paul Muldoon book: 'Moy Sand And Gravel' I've read a couple...Nice...Will dig in further this evening.

  6. Looks like there are a lot of people that think their state is God's country. Good to know. :-)

    Emmles, thanks for your comment. You always know just how to cheer me up! If anybody is a darling, then, darling, it's you! You're the best. :-)

  7. @Steven...

    Its okay, hun :) Don't worry about it!

  8. hey, summer could bring some good adventures and discoveries, don't forget that


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