February 18, 2013 in Uncategorized
Since the final semester of my final year is barreling on at a faster pace than I would prefer (and the time is nigh for – gulp – graduation) I’ve been reflecting a little more than usual on my Drury past and its associated happy memories. Though harder to remember than sophomore and junior year shenanigans, I always tell people that freshman year was my favorite year overall. Classes were easier, responsibilities were less, and friends were in endless supply; spoiled milk was thrown, dorm booby traps were set up, and people napped in elevators. . . Ahh, sweet, sweet, awkward memories.
In short, freshman year was the golden age of college, which is the golden age of our lives, they say. Thusly, as a sort of ode to my freshman year adventures and friends, I picked out some of my favorite pictures to share and the little stories behind them. I couldn’t just pick five, though, so expect another post or two just like this one in the future! The pictures will almost certainly get more weird from here on out.
Looking back at freshman year pictures like these makes me happy to have so many fun memories, but sad that time has to pass and take the depth of some adventures and friendships with it. But each year at Drury has brought new people and opportunities into my life, and that totally rocks – so what else can a college gal like myself expect?
Stay tuned for another post coming soon! For any fine folks who made it this far, what’s your favorite high school or college memory?