Oh my goodness, the last few weeks have flown by incredibly fast. After finishing my last classes, last finals and papers and going to South Carolina for a week to relax at the beach, I finally graduated law school this past Sunday.
Now that things have quieted down again, I've had a little bit of time to reflect. (I'll also be back to blogging regularly again.)
It's been a wild three years and it's hard to imagine that come next fall, I won't be packing my car up and headed down to the valley by the Blue Ridge mountains. I'll miss the hiking and the wineries, I'll miss the intimate music venues and the fact that there's a Cookout down the road. I'll miss the brick lined streets and the Jeffersonian architecture, I'll miss going to class and I may even miss outlining. But mostly I'll miss the incredible friends that I've made here and hopefully the memories of the last three years will sustain me as I make the strange and surreal transition to a new city to start a new life, surrounded by new people.
Some snapshots of the people, places and things that I have loved for three years. Oh, and some of graduation as well:
I've been listening to Macklemore's Cowboy Boots on repeat as I pack up my apartment, which is only making me more nostalgic. I am excited and scared about the next step, but considering we don't have much choice... it's time to move on.