May 2014
Kassaundra Hartley

Senior Sad Time

Senior sad time


Here I am, all done with undergrad, in full swing of senior sad time.

I have no job and no plans for what to do the rest of my life.  I am stressed, but I couldn’t be happier.

Sure it sucks to leave school but I have never felt so loved and appreciated as I do now.  Professors and friends are telling me how much they are going to miss me and it brings me to tears.  Thus, the senior sad time.

This has been an awesome four years at Creighton University and I am confident that I am prepared for the next chapter in my life.

I love this school and even though I applied as a joke to satisfy a teacher I ended up finding a home in the big city.

I found an amazing group of sisters and friends.  I don’t know where or who I would be without them.

Life is full of ups and downs and a curveball every now and then.  If I didn’t have the support system that I do I probably would’ve transferred and made a huge mistake.

So I think a thank you is in order to my professors, my bosses, my friends and my family.  Thank you so much for all the support, the memories that I will treasure forever, for the stories that I can tell my kids one day, and most importantly for showing me who I am and making me into a better person.

I am going to miss you all so much because I know that I took seeing you all almost every day for the past four years for granted.  I may wake up lost come next fall and it will really hit me that my time as a college kid is over.  So fair warning, I may come and visit a lot because I have attachment issues and at almost every Creighton student can say, Creighton is my home.