And that is that. I, Jilian Duffy, have officially graduated this past Sunday from Albright. I know people have said graduation is not easy, but I wish someone prepared me for how difficult it would be once I was gone. They day after graduation, I woke up in my own bed and just sat there. Thinking about the future and how much I can really do with it. It did not hit me till Tuesday. I cried a lot on Tuesday. I guess it was when it sunk in that I am not in Bangor for the summer, no... I was here till I decided to get a job and move else where. I guess you could say that I was "homesick". Not for Bangor... this to me is temp housing, but for Albright... Reading. For that is where I have spent majority of my time for the past four years, that was home. Now, I sit here applying for jobs and wonder what my next move is. I usually have my life planned out, yet for the first time in a long time I do not. It feels good to not really have anything to do, yet this feeling will only last another two days or so. I miss my Albright family, the support systems I had out in Reading, and my best friends. I know the ones I will stay in contact with for we've all been talking since the car ride home after graduation. So for now, this is my life. Hopefully what I took away from Albright will only benefit me in the near future.