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Monday, May 17, 2010

End of an Era

Friends (all 4 if you that read this):
I have graduated college. I have moved away from Manhattan, Ks. I have shut the door on that chapter of my life. It is the most bizarre set of emotions I have ever felt. I'm excited, scared, nervous, nostalgic and happy.

I never thought I would ever prefer the small-town life to the hustle and bustle of the city. It was so hard to move from the Little Apple. I have grown so much there, the biggest lesson I learned is how faithful the Lord is. He never ceases to amaze me. He has brought me through the fire so many times.

I have been blessed with wonderful roommates, and we have seen the ugly sides of each other and all our crazy emotions that goes with being seniors in college trying to navigate life. We have laughed, cried, laugh until we cried but at the end of the day, we have each other backs. I am so thankful for the people that the Lord placed in Manhattan and I am so excited to see where our friendships go.

I move to Branson in 2 days. And not just for the year, I will call that place home for at least a year.
(speaking of that, I have a Branson blog www.sarahinbranson.blogspot.com, so add it to your google reader, I just wrote a blog today)

Manhattan, it was a good ride. My time is done. I will forever have a part of my heart that is devoted to the Little Apple.

Bring it. Lord, I am ready.