and that’s a wrap!

As unbelievable as it sounds, I have completed my freshman year of college. (At least it sounds pretty unbelievable to me– this year really flew by.)

the lovely biological and physical sciences building, aka where I primarily live.
                           the lovely biological and physical sciences building, aka where I primarily live.

At first I was really depressed that the semester was over.  The majority of my close friends live out of state, so that kind of sucks.  We (especially the biology majors) became more like family than friends over the past semester.  Serious goodbye tears were shed, folks.

The ever lovely freshman dance majors. (Side note: they are some of the most wonderful women I’ve ever met.)

Rooming with this wonderful lady was so fab. Looking forward to many future adventures/obnoxious doors. 💙

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My super fab roomate and I — I SO lucked out. We’re rooming together again next year, and I cannot wait to see her again.

All that being said, being home for a few days has shown me how much I actually needed a break.  After the chaos of finals and our spring concerts, I was more exhausted than I realized… And being able to sleep/binge watch Netflix/ have quiet time has been incredibly refreshing.

typical scenery I get to see on my runs-- look at how vast and beautiful that sky is!
                        typical scenery I get to see on my runs– look at how vast and beautiful that sky is!

I’m also trying to savor the next week or two; my family is moving from the countryside to more of a suburban area, so that’ll be a major change.  I also am starting an internship with a major pharmaceutical company on the 20th, which is a little nerve-wracking.  (Mostly because of the commute… It’s in a major city, so I’m worried that I’ll get lost or something.)

Country roads and wildflowers. Being home is weird (but nice).

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My bestfriend and I.

But for the next few days I am just going to enjoy being home, and all that entails– tee ball games, sleeping in, and the like.

– Tress

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Tress

Biology major. Medical school hopeful. Lucky Charms enthusiast.

3 thoughts on “and that’s a wrap!”

  1. I just completed my freshman year too!!!! I was extremely sad to leave. I finally felt comfortable with myself and everyone on my floor the second semester. It’s sad to think this fall it’ll all be different! YOU’RE A BIO MAJOR TOO??? I think we can be bfffs! ahaha. I went with random roommate and it worked out perfectly! We are rooming together again, too!! OKay… are we the same person? I started an internship in conjucntion with a pharmaceutical company last month! So weiiiiird

    1. Same– I felt like I really settled in second semester, and leaving was awful. Yes, I am! I love bio. That’s so great haha! What are you doing there?

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