Spring break, you managed to swoop in and save me at the best possible time. When I was at the peak of my stressing out, you allowed me to have the break I needed.
Well, right now, I’m not really on my break yet. I’m sitting in a train for seventeen hours until I finally get to be home. This year it seems like I’m really working for my spring break.
There is nothing more rewarding than being able to go home and just simply relax.
It’s insane to think that I picked a school like Chico State with one of the reasons being that it was eight hours away from home. At the time, that didn’t seem nearly far enough, but I figured I was willing to compromise.
People always have trouble at home, you always want to get away. It’s just funny how now that I got away, I cannot wait to get back.
This does not mean that I don’t like Chico State. I love it and I love how it made me realize the amazing things I had and still have at home.
I realized that every break I have for college, I don’t think about going anywhere else but home first.
This train ride is only a small price to pay for the joy I’ll gain from spending time with my family and sleeping in my old room.
My hands are trembling with excitement to be able to see the enormous city of Los Angeles, which was once just a place, but is now more of a characteristic I have.
When you move away, people relate you to where you are from and there is no greater feeling than being proud about where you are from.
With all this talk about how I miss my home, I leave you with the advice to look into schools that are a little farther from your comfort zone.
The independence and maturity that is built is worth the long drives home and back. The problems that once drove you crazy at home, become a nostalgic story.
Anywho, I hope everyone has or even had a good break! Cherish what you have and I’ll write to you later.