|Arriving home after the ceremony|
|Girlfriend and boyfriend|
|Brother and sister|
I'm now officially an undergraduate!
The matriculation exams where on March (for me, anyway) and after that I have been busy studying for entrance exams but now it's all over. My work, well school-related work, is now done and I couldn't be more happier.
I haven't had the easiest last three years, some might have witnessed this with their own eyes. The stress and the unknown future were quite hard on me and sometimes I just wanted to break down and cry. But I got up, did my best and graduated with moderately good grades. I could've done better but I also could've done so much worse so I'm pretty satisfied with my results.
Both my school's graduation ceremony and my own graduation party were on Saturday, the 4th of June. I was so nervous about going on stage to get my certificate and my graduation cap that I hardly recall any speeches or performances that were held before the actual graduation. After the ceremony, in true Silvia style I had a really bad headache which later on turned into a migraine. None the less, I had a wonderful day and would like to thank everyone so very much for coming and making the day special. It was truly a day to remember. A special thanks to Marc who kindly photographed the day for me.
Now on to the next adventures. I don't know what the future holds for me and at the moment I'm okay with that. I''ll keep you updated on my entrance exam results and whether or not I get in to university to study German. I'm naturally hoping for the best and I had a good feeling about the exam but nothing's certain yet. For now, I'll spend a month working in a museum.
A big thank you to everyone who has been supporting me throughout my school years, you guys are amazing and I wish I could thank you all in person. Also a big thank you to my school (forever a Luostis-girl!) and thank you to my fellow graduates. These three years have been full of tears and hard work but also laughter and good moments.
Until next time! Take care!
P.S. The graduation cap is still white and clean. I promise to take good care of it.