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Friday, September 01, 2006


So my grad school graduation was last night. Melissa, Red and Chillier all made it out to watch the boring ceremony with the weird guest speaker. But I was there, I received my diploma in person, and I can now move in from that part of my life.

Thinking back at the long three year journey, I can honestly say it was not fun. With the exception of a few people, I did make some good friends in the program. I am sure I will keep in touch with a couple of them. But here are some memories of things I will not miss:

- First semester, having to meet up at the school library and at Panera to work on group papers.

- The rest of the semesters, having to meet up at all for any group projects (and one, in particular we were at school until 1AM working on a paper that one of the group members ended up changing the whole thing anyway!)

- Wasting my weekends working on assignments, leaving Melissa to go out without me.

- Sitting through boring classes with some assy professors.

- Having to commute home after class by taking the T to the T to the bus (until Sue's fiance/now husband gave us rides home!)

- Either arguing with a group member about something I know they are being stupid about, or trying to pull up the weight of a member who wasn't doing anything.

- Finding out how one of my "friends" basically screwed me over.

There are countless other little things I am sure, but that's all I can remember for now.

We did have some fun... writing little notes in class to friends, quarters nights, popped collars. But whatever fun I did have, I am so glad that I will never have to go to class ever again.


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