The nearness of graduation (May 7!) is making me nostalgic.
About weird things like JSTOR and research papers.
Before you laugh, consider this. I've spent the last fourteen years of my life doing school. And getting really good at it. If school was a career, I'd be at the top of my game right now. I've spent hours writing papers on so many topics: most recently, Irish Poetry and Shakespeare, the contrasting concepts of god in Hinduism and Christianity, and symbiosis in Steinbeck. I've learned my study and writing habits -- and okay, while I wouldn't advocate them to anyone else, they work for me. I can do this thing called school.
And today, as I finished up my World Religions paper in a coffee shop and logged out of JSTOR, I got swamped by a wave of nostalgia. What am I going to do when I have no more papers to write?