"You are meant to grace the world with your dance, to follow the lead of Jesus wherever he leads you." - Captivating

Aside from Jesus, "...traveling is the great true love of my life...I am loyal and constant in my love for travel...I just don't care what it puts me through. Because I adore it. Because its mine. Because it looks like me." - Eat.Pray.Love.

Here you will find my travels, not just physical travels but emotional and spiritual as well...journeys to different places in the world and journeys of the heart. And, of course, fun and silliness too :)

Thursday, May 04, 2006


So I'm graduating in like a week. I'm the type of person who would be super sad about change like this but so far I've been okay with it. I think I have this false sense of security that nothing is changing because I will still be in school another year for grad. school. I know I'm still going to be at TCU next year but I'm sure I don't fully comprehend yet how different it is probably going to be. I forget that many of my friends won't be here next year with me (although many will too). Even the ones who I am fully aware won't be here next year, I just don't think it has hit me yet. I guess it won't hit me until they are hundreds or thousands of miles away. I forget that I probably need to say some good-byes because there are so many people that who knows when I will see them again....I guess at reunions? My four years at TCU have seriously flown by. As many of you know, I always knew I was going to be a Horned Frog. My AIM screenname has been Frog2006 since I was like 12 (yes I was that cool) and now I can't believe it is 2006. TCU has been the perfect place for me though, I don't think I could have asked for a better college experience. I'm going to go ahead and stop now though before I get too cheesy...no promises though that I won't soon be writing a cheesy ode to TCU blog once this graduation thing has officially hit me.

And just for fun...here's a picture of my precious 2nd graders. I miss them!


Emily said...

I never got too sad when I graduated. It is just another stage of life that you move through and not being devestated just shows that you are prepared for the next step. Congratulations!! :)

Joanie said...

WOW, Ash - it has been a fast 4 years. I'm so happy for ya!

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We're proud of you! M.C.