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Friday, December 17, 2010

Here comes the graduate!

And now, the moment of truth has come. It's time to get a little personal. As you read this, I'm most likely standing amongst my fellow students wearing a cap, a gown, and purple striped knee socks and awaiting the words, "Congratulations, graduates of Fall 2010!" This is still as utterly terrifying as it was two days ago. Here I am at the brink, at the edge of it all. It's happening too fast! Aren't I still four years old? What happened to elementary school, my teen years, school days? How can I really be done?

Barring that minor freak out moment, things are looking good though. I've got a place to live here in Athens that fills me with glee. Yup, that's right, my pals and readers of this blog. I'm staying here! Echoreyn of Athens will continue to live on. Gotta have my music scene!

And to answer that nagging question that makes every graduate (except for my friend who went to work for Google) cringe: no, I do not yet have a job. But, hey, I'm sure that one will come soon enough too. And, well, if you happen to know anyone who is looking to hire someone with experience in website and mobile app building, 2D and 3D animation, social media management, data mining, or writing of any type, I'd love you forever if you'd let me know.

But, really, here I am, standing at the beginning of the next chapter of my life. And I'm not alone. Graduating with me are some of the greatest people I've ever met. I can hardly believe that so many of my friends chose this, such a rare graduation date, to start their new lives as well. What a time! What a moment.

Here's to the future!

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