THOUGHTS UPON LEAVING MY UNDERGRADUATE CAREER
When you begin college, everyone tells you that these are going to be the best four years of your life. The plan: graduate. When you finish college and embark upon the real world, there's no one to really give you advice. The plan: unwritten
- •There's far less confetti than I thought there would be
- •I'm feeling too many emotions, happy, sad, confused, excited...but mostly terrified (I think?)
- •I really should start studying for the GRE
- •It's normal to take a year off....
- •I wish I knew what I was doing, but then again...does anyone actually know what they're doing? Hell. Someone has to, we can't ALL just be bullshitting enough to get by.
- •I was so sure about my liberal arts degree until right now
- •Do people even hire English majors anymore?
- •I really don't see myself in cubicle world
- •When I start working, will I even see people my age anymore?
- •Why does 21 feel so young and old.
- •I really hope I'm not missing any undergraduate requirements
- •What if when they send my diploma it gets lost in the mail? I guess I still graduate
- •I can't tell if I have any regrets
- •Fours years went by way too quickly
- •So....what's next?