One year. One year is all that is left. Three years ago, we walked into college innocent and wide-eyed. Aspirations of becoming something special, having the chance to live on our own and make carefree decisions. A year from now many of us will graduate and move on into adulthood. Some buying houses, or accepting "adult" jobs. Others will travel the world, move to different countries or start experiences unlike any other.
After completing my third year of college I have realized the opportunities life brings and how lucky and blessed most of us truly are. Life is a continuous roller coaster of highs and lows and it is how we respond to the lows which make us who we are. Life continues to fly by at a remarkable speed and I am still searching for the answer of how to slow it down. Junior year was a year of craziness, opportunities, adventure, friendship and more. I was able to learn more about myself than I ever have. I found people who truly are what we call "friends" and others who just talk the talk, but don't walk the walk. I still believe the God gives his toughest battles to his strongest soldiers and no matter what comes my way, I can handle it. I have one year left and I am looking forward to enjoying every moment of it. Here are memories and lessons learned during my junior year that I will remember forever.
Attend a sorority/fraternity formal.
Make a Difference In Someone's Life.
Your 21st birthday can be anything you want it to be.
Spring Break is needed.
Don't forget about where you came from.
Take chances that scare you.
Surround yourself with people who care about the real you.
Find a job that you enjoy and love doing.
Read, and read a lot!
You will get your heart broken.
A title doesn't mean you are a leader.
Time spent with your family becomes more precious.
Be studious because your grades matter.
Don't forget to be a kid and have fun.
- Kyle Bell