I haven’t got my official packet yet, but, I’m finally officially going to a real college. I graduated high school at 16 years old in 2003 and over eight years later, I’m going to the same school I wanted to apply to all those years ago. Finally.
This probably isn’t that big of a deal, I know - but it means so much to me. I’ve spent every single week since June working 40 hours at my job and going to school full-time, just to make this happen. I know that sounds easy, but working in a pharmacy is not as easy as it looks.
I’m just so ready to finish this.

I haven’t got my official packet yet, but, I’m finally officially going to a real college. I graduated high school at 16 years old in 2003 and over eight years later, I’m going to the same school I wanted to apply to all those years ago. Finally.

This probably isn’t that big of a deal, I know - but it means so much to me. I’ve spent every single week since June working 40 hours at my job and going to school full-time, just to make this happen. I know that sounds easy, but working in a pharmacy is not as easy as it looks.

I’m just so ready to finish this.

  1. meltintohuman said: proud of you man, hopefully one day i can muster the dedication to follow in your footsteps.
  2. stefyania said: couldn’t be more proud and happy for you
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