Post grad life
So this is post grad life. I am not sure if I’m in denial or just accepting it as it is, but I’m more okay with it than I thought I would be. Of course I miss the starry clear nights at Geneseo, the sunsets at the gazebo, endless hours in the sauna club Milne, but most of all I miss my friends who made the whole experience worth it. Friends gave me some much perspective and fresh ways to define friendship. My croaking or cackling laughter that last long enough for me to feel like I did a ten minute ab workout make me appreciate my extremely comedic friends. I’m just going to ramble. Life is short and I think about this limbo period I have as a college graduated and figuring out what the real world has to offer. But I think I am looking at it from a wrong angle. It’s what I can offer the world. Corny. But true. Pretty sure I am PMSing (the pre part of it) because I am super emotional about everything. Female hormones are the worst. Like why? And when I heard about sweet Cory Monteith from Glee who died in his hotel
room, I couldn’t stop feeling heartbroken. He’s a celebrity that I never gotten a thousand miles of, but it’s so powerful how his work affects so many people. He is talented whether people believe it or not. I have always admired the musically talented whether it is vocally or instrumentally. It’s silly but these are my jumbled thoughts at this hour. To the beginning of the work week. Good night.