The time has come to say goodbye to the last four years of my life. It definitely was a bitter sweet feeling. But before I get into all that I do have to share that I am typing this blog on my brand new Mac Laptop. Uh talk about exciting and overwhelmed with gratitude. I have been wanting one forever, because I have taken so many classes using photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator, and I have spent the last four years using Macs that it was hard to go back to a PC. So for my graduation gift I got a Mac computer fully loaded with all programs. I am so happy and so grateful. I am so sorry I don't mean to brag, but boy oh boy I can't stop smiling about it. It was the absolute perfect gift. ok anyways back to graduation.
Graduating with my husband and my brother was awesome. Even though for the first half Dan had to sit on the stand, and Michael was asleep it was still awesome. My parents threw us a little graduation BBQ and it was sweet because Dan's parents came down to Rexburg for the celebration. Also Michelle came down with Sager. It was fun to have family there. We all graduated with Bachelor degrees. A few people spoke and we shook some hands, and then it was over. It was hard to say goodbye to friends and the campus that I have grown to love. So many memories are there and it is weird to know that I will never sit in another class room on the BYU-I campus ever again. The chapter definitely closed as I was handed my diploma and shook my professors hands for the last time. Now on to the next great chapter of our life. Its still hard to think that a week from today I will have left the only town I have ever known and start brand new. We have yet to start packing even though we pick up our u-haul truck on Thursday. Graduation was amazing. Its an amazing accomplishment to know that I have a college degree, along with some real work experience. Thanks to i-Comm.
I know this is long but I have to do a little shout out to my parents. If it were not for them I would not be where I am today. Literally! I forgot to write my acceptance letter and was no longer accepted to BYUI. Luckily my dad set everything straight. and they paid for two years of this education. I hope someday I can pay them back, but I know that I made them proud my finishing my degree. Anyways I just wanted to say that if it were not for them I would still be an
uneducated foo. ha ha there are a few pictures so just keep scrolling down, and if you want to see all of them go to my facebook page. Happy Reading