winding down

i can hardly believe school is almost over. i have at least 21 pages in papers to write for the last few days of school. that's always my cue to blog instead.

the past four years have been the best of my life, at least to date. i have become friends with some amazing people and have firmly established relationships with others. every one is planning on going their separate ways, which makes me a little teary-eyed. meredith is going to NEW YORK (all caps because who wouldn't want to go there? and for mannes). tim is going to ohio (CIM). janny is going to texas (rice). michael is going to washington (walla walla). becca is going to boston to be with her man. it's so crazy. crazy to think of where we all started and now where we're all going. from a small music college to big time universities and conservatories. it really does prove that it's not where you start but where you finish. i'm so proud of all of these great people and the accomplishments they have made over the past few years. they'll always hold a special place in my heart.

i'm especially going to miss my dearest friend. she's been around for 10 years and next year she's going to be gone. ok, not gone. but she won't be able to go on our little shopping trips or entertain my moments of craftiness. at least she's giving me a good reason to visit new york city. (june 24th, watch out big apple. me and my partner in crime are gonna take a big bite out of you.)

back to fiddling research papers, cultural anthropology, and analysis for performance. quite the mix.

6 little notes:

  1. *sniffle* i'm going to miss you so much, boo.... its really sad.

  2. nice. i love this


  3. i love you timoshi!

  4. and, obviously, i'm going to miss you. our mini week in NYC is going to be awesome though.

  5. it's always hard when school comes to an end and people disperse. but good friends will always be in your life no matter what :)
    great images!!
    xo TJ

  6. it is the hardest thing! and you are definitely right. it'll just be an adjustment not having them so conveniently close by. thanks for reading, tj. :)