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May. 9th, 2008 | 10:28 pm
I don't know how to do this, it's so weird. I'm packing and saying goodbye to people that I will probably be seeing again in another week, just in a different context with everyone in new houses and new jobs and taking summer classes and traveling. I'm visiting DC and I'll see Shana and Andrea and the rest of my life that happens to be there, and I'll be working working working working at Nardone Electric and with the two economics courses I'm enrolled in. So I don't know how I'm supposed to feel right now. I know I'm sad, I could barely retain my composure as I walked up the library steps past Goddard Chapel this afternoon after spending two hours lounging in Jessica Xia's room, trying to think about the little moments that I might not even remember to miss. It's weird to think that some of the people I said goodbye to I won't see again for another year and a half. I will surely miss everyone while I'm abroad. I just hate this limbo transition period, but I am glad that so many people are staying in Boston. My friends are first rate, top notch. And now I'm going back to Wren to drink with the 440s one more time, even though it probably won't be the last because I'll go back tomorrow morning, but I don't know how much of this a person can take. I want everything to stay in place.