Tomorrow is the big day–I’m leaving the States for a trip around the world (I’m not kidding, I make a full circle around the globe through my travels!). And although I am a bit nervous (okay, a lot nervous) I am super excited as well.
I’ve always wanted some overall shorts and I finally convinced myself to buy some! It was tempting to go for the boyfriend-jeans-style of overalls as well, but I figured I would get more use out of these with summer coming in full force.
Earlier this school year, I wrote a blog post on my hopes for the future as a sophomore at CSU. I was only a few weeks in, but I already knew at that time that this year was going to be different, that this year was going to be everything I missed out on. And it more than excelled at my wishes. As the second year has finished, I can reflect on everything I did and everything that made it so great for me.
Recently, Halo Top Ice Cream has started to make a scene in the healthy-eating world. I’ve wanted to try it for awhile, but I always assumed it was super expensive and never had a good enough excuse to spend the money. But finals week has quickly come along and to my luck, I was craving a bit of ice cream and Halo Top was on sale. It’s the first time I’ve bought ice-cream for myself all year so paying $2.50 for pint seemed like a good price to me (although the original price is $3.99). Basically, fate had me covered today and I was so excited to grab a spoonful.
*For those of you that may not know what STEM stands for: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.* Besides the straightforward majors of STEM, this consists of biology, computer science, horticulture, biotechnology, chemistry, physics, and many more.
Graduation is seen as an end to everything we know right now: college, friends, campus. But its also the beginning to another great adventure we will embark upon: unfamiliarity, uncertainty, and the unknown. Congratulations to all the graduating seniors in my life, you’re going to rock it in the “real world”, and you will be dearly missed! Here are some of this years senior portraits I took of an amazing, gorgeous person: