Saying Goodbye

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It’s always a little sad when you’re leaving what you’re used to in order to move on to better things. I graduate tomorrow, and as sad as I am that I won’t be living with my best friends anymore and that I’m losing the ability to freely sleep until 2 p.m., there are plenty of things I am happy to say goodbye to. Simply because, it’s just time to let go.

I don’t like to say goodbye more than once. If I’m ending something, I mean it.  Even if I end up regretting the decision and I go back to a relationship or friendship I’ve ended – it’ll always inevitably end in another goodbye.

It’s time to let go of bad blood, of things that have been holding you back, of things that negatively affect your mind. Graduation may be considered a new chapter, but I don’t intend on writing about the same characters anymore.  I definitely won’t be repeating any plots.

I’m saying goodbye to the boys that I subtweeted because they annoyed me at the bar, with their Instagrams of other girls, with their constant need to have their problems come before mine.

I’m saying goodbye to the mornings I woke up feeling like death and regretting acting like a drunken fool the night before. It was fun for a short while, but that time is up.

I’m saying goodbye to the friends that caused more worries than laughter. The ones that were never really your friend, but were a good time to have around nonetheless.

And I’m saying hello to all of the new opportunities ahead and all of the new people I have yet to meet!

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