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WTF MATE?

So, today was my last day of classes.  It feels really nice to be done with the cases and homework and presentations and stuff.  Now I just have 2 exams next week and then a few days to putz around Helsinki and then it's time to head back to the US.

I can't believe it's pretty much over.  I'm 8 days shy of 1 year outside the US.  It's been quite a ride.  It's had it's up and downs like all of life and I think it's made me stronger and taught me a lot about life, myself, and what I want and need.

One semester left.  No idea what I want to do, much less any job prospects....*Sigh*...I might be more lost than before in that respect.  I'm sure I'll figure something out though.

Grade wise I think I'm okay.  I've gotten high enough grades that my first half semester classes will transfer.  As long as I get a B in one of the two I'm in now I can keep a 4 class schedule and be fine. otherwise I'll have to take 5 classes, but that's still doable.  I'm pretty confident I'll get a B in at least one and I think both, but either way I'm ok to graduate so far.  


I think I have a pretty promising apt lead so that's good.  I should decide by tomorrow.  I might have to agree sans pictures, but since I'm getting it from and IMBAer that is going overseas for spring and before that it was another IMBAer's I think, it should be okay.  Most importantly, it's affordable so that's good.  That was the one thing left that was a bit stressing.


Less than 150 days until I graduate.  Where does the time go?

Comments

Congratulations? :)

Are you looking forward to coming home? Or do you wanna run about Europe longer? :)
Well, a bit of both really. I'm happy to being going home after a year away and getting to see my friends and family. This year has been amazing, but rather draining as well.

That said, I would love to return after I graduate and settle down somewhere for longer than 5 months. I figure I'll be a minimum of 2 years wherever I end up after grad because moving this much is really tiring and makes it hard to have a life; it'd be nice to spend that time in another country and really -live- there you know? Then again, there are places in the US I'd be willing to try, though it's not my first choice.

So yeah, both.
I hear ya! Do it while you can, too! Just do it! :)