“I’m coming home,
I’m coming home,
Tell the World I’m coming home,
Let the rain wash away all the pain of yesterday.”
Graduation went by in a flash and the past year has seemingly disappeared. Tomorrow I will go back to my old home and see all the things that I used to live with. My cat, the house, the friends I used to hang out with. It’s exhilarating and exhausting at the same time. Change can be difficult because it means that you’re leaving something behind. That means all the favorable and unfavorable things. We have to make room for the new and sometimes that means leaving things behinds.
With this extra room in my life I hope to meet a lot of new people in Charleston. I really want to get out and explore the places. It will be the first time I really have some freedom and I can go out and do without worrying about anything.
Tonight I’m going to log back onto my Couchsurfing account and see what’s going on in Charleston. It would be amazing to meet some people out there and tour the city. If you’ve ever been or currently live there, shoot me a comment about what’s cool to do there.
The whole experience of school has been bittersweet. Some days it’s amazing to get out and meet a brand new crowd of people, but it’s also exhausting when you’re stuck with the same people. It’s a double-edged sword. As the months flew by, the crowd around me shifted as well. Perhaps this is just a macro view of life that I’m experiencing. People will always be coming and going.
When I’m home for the next two weeks I hope to get some time to relax and also start into some of the new projects I want to start. Hopefully it will be both restorative and productive. Anyways, I have to get up early tomorrow and it’s going to be a long day! I’ll write you all gain tomorrow with my experiences of getting home!