After 15 years of late night study sessions, giggles with friends, and insightful discussions with teachers, I am finally saying goodbye to my school and second home.
Class of 2012, it’s been amazing. Next stop, California!
Happy Graduation 2012 to me and my greatest supporter + friend, my mom.
I’ve been savoring every moment and simply living life. Once I get back from California for college orientation, you can bet I’ll be back here for a recap and a return to normal blogging. But for now, I could not be happier just loving everything around me.
Hey there! How’s your weekend going? Today I’m hanging out with my family to celebrate Easter as well as writing a paper on the development of self-awareness. Ah, the glorious life of a student!
Speaking of being a student, the jig is up: I finally committed to a college. After months of being consumed with college applications and a nerve-wracking week (this past week, in fact) of waiting for the last few details to fall in play, I’m ready to officially announce my decision.
This fall, I will become not only be a business administration student at University of Southern California’s Marshall Business School, but also a proud member of the Trojan family. I am extremely grateful for this wonderful opportunity and could not be more excited about starting school in late August. There’s just something so overwhelmingly good about all of this; it just feels right.
Just look at those palm trees! Swoon.
California here I come, baby!
Where did you go to school? Did you end up living in the same area after college?
If I have any Los Angeles or other So-Cal readers out there, please introduce yourself or send me an email at kabochavore [at] me [dot] com. I’d love to hook up with you and learn all about the area.
Have a lovely day!