I have officially finished my junior year of college!
I am also graduating a semester early, so it's of crazy to think about how I only have 1 semester left! Since I found out I was graduating early, it kind of surprised me since I changed my major sophomore year, I have really just been trying to enjoy all of the time that I have left in college. I've been realizing the little things I won't be able to do anymore like take naps in the middle of the day, sleep until 11 because I don't have anything to do until 5 in the middle of the week, go out on Wednesday nights, and other things that just won't really work when I go into the real world.
So here is a little year in review:
My room at the very beginning of the year
I interned at a local art museum fall semester, I really loved dressing up for it twice a week, especially before it got cold.
We got a lot of snow, as always. Last year we were #1 snowiest city in America, this year we dropped down to #5 I think.
Biggest pro of graduating early: I will only have to deal with the November and early December part of winter up there.
The slight lack of snow was made up for with the coldest weather I have ever experienced. When this photo was taken, it was -17 degrees with windchill of around -30. I literally looked like this for at least 2 weeks every time I went outside, blanket scarves were my best friends along with my giant coat and several layers!
But I turned 21 in that time, so that made things a little better!
And once we finally got some spring weather (it took until about mid April) it made things worth it, my campus is so beautiful in the spring!
I also completed my dance minor this semester.
If you're a new reader, I've trained in ballet since I was very young and I entered college as a dance major. I left the south for college to go the school I now attend (but don't say the name for privacy reasons) for that program, but I realized about halfway through my freshman year that I didn't want to dance anymore. And by the end of that year, I got a stress fracture in my spine. So I dropped to a dance minor and picked up an Arts Management major, so I will still be involved in the arts, but on the administrative side. This photo is with the other juniors in the department at our end of year banquet.
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