I graduated! Hooray!
I decided to celebrate that happy event with some colorful photos from Lisbon. Also, I’ve now officially handed in all my applications for university. So far, I don’t know what I will be doing three months from now, but now there is no more I can do about it, which strangely calms me a lot.
It’s crazy to think that the moments I’ve been looking forward to so much this past semester are now all fast approaching. Some have arrived already: I graduated, I achieved a spot in the top ten percentile of the class of 2016, I turned all my documents, I get to sleep in and enjoy the summer (cold and wet as it is) – I am presently living the future I longed to have.
When I scrolled through my blog a couple of days ago I noticed that far too often my posts revolve around a specific event I look forward to, when in fact I should be enjoying the present I had looked forward to before.
I don’t want to rattle off quotes we’ve all heard far too often, but I just wanted to say that life is really good right now. Exciting things have happened, are going to happen, but most importantly are happening right now.
Thanks for reading.