The best year is here, my last year of college. A million thoughts and emotions have been running through my head. Part of me is ready to graduate and move onto the next chapter of my life, but part of me knows that as my last year of college, I need to make the most out of it and have fun. It doesn't matter how much you may think you have planned, the future is always unknown and things could change unexpectedly at any time.
Looking back, more has changed in the past four years at college than probably my entire life. From living in three different states to changing my major a countless number of times, I wouldn't have wanted these years to go any other way. I just want to take the time to thank everyone who has been there along the way and made an impact.
Dear best friends, I had no idea I would have ever met someone like you, but I'm so glad I did. You've been there for me through thick and thin, and I am forever grateful for all your support. You listened to me vent no matter the time of day or night and helped me through my problems. We had the best times together making unforgettable memories that I'll forever be sharing. I couldn't have asked to spend these past years with a better group of people.
Dear coworkers, I have been beyond blessed to have been able to work with you, and a lot of you have become some of my best friends. You made work a blast, even on the most miserable days. It makes me sad to even fathom that I likely won't ever have as much fun at a job as I did with you guys.
Dear mom, I can't thank you enough for everything you've done for me my entire life. Thank you for supporting me and being there for me when I needed you most these past years. I wouldn't have gotten through it without you. Even though you live 300 miles away and I only see you a few times a year, I cherish every conversation and especially every moment we have together. Thank you for dealing with my stubbornness, especially when it came to changing my major five times. Thank you for loving me even when it might've been difficult. I am always inspired by the strong woman you are and aspire to be half as amazing as you one day.
A huge thank you to everyone who had an impact during my time at college. I wouldn't have wanted to spend these years with anyone else, and I can't wait to see what the future holds.