It's here!! I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. I've been counting down for what seems to be a lifetime now and I can finally say that graduation is less than a month away. Holy shizzballss y'all. After six years of college/grad school, I will finally be able to say I.am.done.for.good. WOW!
And on top of that, I will be moving back south in less than two months. It's like all my dreams are finally starting to come true! It's been rough
being so far from home, not gonna lie, but to anyone anxiously anticipating an end to a chapter as much as I have, remember this; everything you do is for a reason and in the end it will always
be worth it.
With all this change that's about to take place, I'll admit, like anything coming to an end, it's still bittersweet. There are two things I'll miss about living here: being driving distance to New York City and Boston. I feel like just yesterday it was February and now we're approaching May. I still have many things I want to check off my bucket list before I go, but I'm not sure how I'll manage to do it all. Let's be honest though, has anyone ever done everything NYC has to offer? Nope, probably not. But you better believe I'm going to try! My parents will soon be in town for two weeks (insert happy dance) so I'll be spending a lot of time in both cities then.
The last thing I want to do is move and have regrets of not experiencing a must-do in either of the two cities. I've done many tourist and non-touristy things in both places, but I know the cities have much more to offer.
If you are from Boston, New York, New England, or are just a huge fan, what are some things you would recommend doing? Bonus points for recommending a place to grab a drink by the water or with a ballin view! I'll be putting together my final New England bucket list soon, so I definitely don't want to leave anything out and would love to hear what you all have to say!
Labels: bucket list, countdown, light at the end of the tunnel, massachusetts