Monday, May 10, 2010

I graduated


I graduated a couple of weeks ago from BYU.

I got my bachelor's degree in Social Science Teaching, basically it means I can teach any of the social sciences to jr. high and high school students. I even finished in four years, which I was proud of. I got to walk with the College of Nursing, where I have worked on campus for the past four years. And my favorite boss Mark even got to hand me my diploma. Now let me tell you, that is a happy picture. I'll have to post it up here once I buy it for 10 bucks.

Kinda crazy to think that my days as a student are over, it was a fun four years.

-I started June 2006 and ended in April 2010
-In the first two years of college I moved every four months
-I had a total of 28 roommates
-I never went home for the summer, but always had a blast in Provo in the summer
-I hiked the Narrows in Zion National Park
-I went on numerous bike rides to Utah Lake
-I floated down the Provo River in kiddie pool more than once
-I went swimming almost nightly one summer
-I had totally awesome dance parties
-I always had really fun summer holidays thanks to my awesome sister Haley
-I hiked the Y twice in one day
-I worked at the College of Nursing the whole time I was a student at BYU
-I made a lot of amazing friends that I will never forget
-I met the man of my dreams and got married

I guess you can say it won't be easy to forget my time at BYU.

3 comments:

  1. This was a fun list to read. We've missed being at BYU; it was a very fun time. Congrats on graduating!

    I'd be interested to hear your story about hiking the Y twice in one day. Jer hiked it three times the day he proposed (once to scout it out, once to carry a picnic dinner up, and once with me and the ring).

    Anyway, glad to hear you guys are doing well.

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  2. You lived my dream. Mark giving you your diploma! So appropriate. I hope you hugged. There'd be no way he could escape it up there in front of everyone.

    Congratulations! Your hair looks really cute in the pictures.

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