Hey guys! Welcome back. This semester was killer! Literally it was the semester from Hell. But I survived it and managed to come out somewhat sane. I got all of my grades today and decided to do a little update for you all.

I got straight B’s. Which considering all that I went through this semester, I’m not mad about that. I am definitely better off than I thought I was going to be.

This was a difficult semester. These last few weeks have not been easy at all. There has been a lot of stress to get things done and do them well. But somehow I succeeded. I had to say goodbye to some international friends, and that was very emotional. But I know that I will see them again someday. I am looking forward to that.

I learned a lot this semester and I am thankful for it’s difficulties. The only thing I wish I could change was getting hit by a car. I wouldn’t want to live through that again.

I am, however, thankful for summer. I have a lot of things to do this summer and lots of time to get it all done!

Study for the GRE. This is the test you have to take to get into Graduate School.

Make name tags for Fall Semester. Prepping for Residence Life next semester is super important. Better to be ahead than behind.

Start planning trip to Japan. Next summer I am visiting Japan. I am super excited to see all of my international friends again!

That is my recap and summer plans. Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed this. Please like it if you did. Don’t forget to follow before you leave if you have not already and I hope to see you next time!

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10 thoughts on “Semester In Review & Summer Plans 2018

      1. I will admit it is very difficult. I am also a very introverted person, and unfortunately I found that that came out even more in college. However, one of the greatest things about college is that people care much less than you might think. So it’s easy to blend in. You will find your friends and your people in college. It may not happen right away, but sometimes it takes a while to meet the right people. Don’t automatically settle for the first people you meet. They might not be the people for you. The right people will come along and you will feel comfortable and at ease.

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