Tuesday, June 3, 2014

The Clif Notes Version

I can't believe it has been 2 months since I last blogged! Have no fear, I am back, although I don't know for how long. (all to soon be explained!)

Here is a Clif Notes version of what has happened in the past 2 months and what is going to be happening in the following months. (not going to lie, this took a lot of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram investigating)

April began the start of my lasts from my last ice melt (Snofest party) to my last band concert, the idea of graduation became overwhelming and very imminent.

Then came May. My May was a little different. I spent the weeks working with 6th and 7th graders on 3 day trips called "Island School" AKA a reminder about how much I love children and want to be a teacher.
These are the amazing people I got to teach with for the month of May. They are all incredible and inspiring people and I can't wait to see where they go in the future and as they finish out their college career.

May was also filled with many adventures. Mainly, the annual Bar Crawl! This was my first year being of age, so I finally got to partake in this epic event. Although most pictures aren't exactly appropriate, I got to spend the night with my absolute two best friends.
always classy, forever sassy.
Then came the most epic adventure of all: COLLEGE GRADUATION!
Graduation truly was an adventure. I got back from my last week of Island school on Wednesday to have an email saying I wasn't going to graduate. Long story short, I ran around, got a bunch of signatures, dropped a few more bucks on a summer course, cried in multiple offices and finally received the email saying I was going to be an August Graduate. But don't worry, I still walked, and was able to celebrate accordingly.

From freshman year to graduation, I am so lucky to have such amazing best friends

Obviously a quick shotgun on the mall pre-commencement

So glad I am able to call these people my friends.

Especially this guy who for some insane reason still agrees to be my friend through everything.

And most of all, the Outdoor Education class of 2014. These people are going to change lives and do amazing things and I'm so glad that I'm able to call them my friends and colleagues.


So this is kind of a picture post I guess.
That's what my last two months have been, but I am even more excited for my next two months. Returning to camp to work with some of the most amazing people in the world and to be with some of the greatest kids in the world. I'm pretty obsessed with camp, which you can read about in one of my older posts.

 

After camp is when the true adventure begins. I'll have my degree, an epic tan, and I will officially be on the job hunt for a big girl job!

Thanks for reading my "quick" recap while I have been MIA from the blogging world, but boy am I excited to be back!


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