I’m in a daze though: sitting in my cozy residence room, my home away from home, I’m only realizing now how swiftly this year has gone by.
I returned to the University of Manitoba for the winter term refreshed and with renewed excitement.
Prior to starting my first year in University my aim was to contact many people in order to get an idea of what to expect.
I have always thought that a university should have trees. Neither books nor grand buildings, but trees. Just trees. Lots and lots of trees.
It has been an absolutely amazing and challenging experience.
It does not, however, feel as though it has come full circle. Rather, I am at the very beginning of a journey that could take so many forms.
Well, I think it is fair to say that the first year of my university studies has flown by faster than expected.
It’s hard to believe that my first year at university is already coming to an end.
I had a professor last semester who began class with small pieces of life advice.
The university year has passed with greater speed and transience than had any year of childhood.