Being Home For The Summer, As Told By That 70's Show
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Being Home For The Summer, As Told By That 70's Show

Hangin' out, down the street...for the summer!

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Being Home For The Summer, As Told By That 70's Show
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I've been home from college for about two weeks now, and it's been strange to readjust. I got so used to living away from home, it's pretty weird to be living with my family again. After living with other kids my age for almost ten months, I became accustomed to the "dorm lifestyle." Now that I'm back to being with my parents and younger brothers, it's taken some time to get back into a decent routine. Here are some thought's I've had while returning to my hometown!

You're (kind of) excited to be back home again!

Okay, so home is a little more boring than you remember...

People keep asking about school and what your plans for the future are, and it's getting a little old.

Your parents keep telling you what to do, and all you can think is...

But you get to see your old friends again!

And you can all...hang out...together again...

Now you don't really have much to do since you're done with class.

There might be some kids you don't really want to see again...

So now you're starting to miss your friends from school...

So you start the countdown until you're all reunited!

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