Moving On

The phrase “moving on” can be used in many different contexts. But for me, “moving on” meant literally moving to a different city without anyone I really knew. The idea of living in a completely different place with new people and a new school scared me to death. I was scared I was going to loose all of my close friends back home, and I wouldn’t be five minutes away from family. Today, almost three months into my first semester of college, I can say that I made the right choice when I decided to come to LSU. Yes, I miss my family and friends so much, but I know that they are always a phone call or text away, and lets be honest, Baton Rouge is only about forty-five minutes away from Lafayette. Moving to LSU has opened my eyes to so many things and brought me so many opportunities. I have met more people in the last two months than I had my entire high school career. I have to do my own laundry, feed myself, and manage my time. I feel like I have grown up so much while still having so much growing to do.

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                                                                               Big/Little Reveal 2015

xoLP

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