Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Graduation 2K6

It has been over a month since I have blogged last. In this vacation from blogging I have recieved a few people that have missed my entries. I guess that I have just been tired of the work that it is to blog, but there is an all around apapthy towards everything right now. I felt the same way towards leaving high school. The next step is now working on job prospects, but I am sitting around with my freinds and getting intoxicated to the prison release that I am recieving from my current locale.

To harp on what fellow blogger Clifford said is that I have been in a constant state of remembrance of all of the times that I have had over the past four years. I am coming away from here with a rather pleasent and growing experience. I have had 5 roommates over the past four years and all of them were good for me in some way, shape, or form. They all seemed to challege myself. I learned a lot from everyone of them. I may have come away from the stay with a little annoyance, but I know that I could count on all of them. I have even become rather good friends with all of them.

I want to tell everyone who reads my blog that I am happy that I have met you in my life. My personal philosphy is complicated and I am pretty sure that I haven't even figured it all out quite yet. But I know that I am not alone in these feelings. I believe that the reason we are who we are is in direct relation to what we have experienced and who we have met. I may have not been as out-going and gotten to know everyone that I have had the joy to experience if it wasnt for the Sigs and other key friends. I would have never discovered the joys of alcohol if it wasn't for B.J. I would have never gotten to know Brad, JJ, Will, and the rest of the basketball guys if it wasnt for Cliff. I know the world is a complicated place, and through experience through others we are able to create order for ourselves. I am thankful for all of the people who have made my college experience.

I have gotten drunk the past two nights and will continue for the rest of the week until my acceptance into the real world.

Iowa Film Nazi


Blogger Bob said...

Congrats on graduating, now get a job, you bum. Welcome to the real world, and thanks for making some memories from my college years. Legumes? They're delicious.

5/21/2006 2:18 PM  
Anonymous Victoria said...

Okay, okay... so maybe I haven't read your blog in a while. I blame summer and the wonderful apathy that comes along with it. Reading is tough!

Seeing as you have already graduated, I can't raeally fake my reaction to your writing, but I guess I will have to comment by commending you and your attitude on graduation day. You seemed to have handled yourself really well... distracting yourself for a few hours of the "uns" coming your way.

Remember, there is nothing wrong with going on a drinking binge every once in a while. Besides, weren't you the one who wrote a blog earlier in the year about how alcohol makes you more honest and brings friends together? Enjoy your newly-found freedom from Morningside High (I will keep you up to date on the drama that is your alma mater)

5/22/2006 8:11 PM  

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