… but I’m glad I was a Journalism major – otherwise I never would have met these girls.
I used to want to be a photo journalist, but that quickly changed after a serious tragedy I had to cover as the college newspaper’s photo editor.
Even though I abandoned my journalistic endeavors, I still ended up with two amazing journalism friends. We’ve been close since my sophomore year of college and I love them both to death.
Last night we went out at our old college stomping grounds and had an amazing time catching up.
I was pretty excited about it. I also wore leather and lipstick. It was a different look for me. I liked it.
Andrea and Victoria went to the OU Spring game during the day, but I had to work so I wasn’t able to attend. I did get there in time for some drinks in the back yard and was able to give them the bracelets I got them for their birthdays.
They loved them. It felt nice to be able to give them thoughtful gifts on a budget.
After a few hours of story telling and laughter, we headed out to Campus Corner for dinner and more drinks.
Even though I felt pretty old balls around all the college kids, it was great to get one more night out in my college town before I move – it was actually on my Oklahoma to-do list. Check!
Thanks girls for the great time!!
I’m not even really hung over today either. Major success.
Are you using your college major in your current job? I kind of am. I was a double major – Journalism and English and those degrees are definitely why I ended up in my current industry – but it definitely wasn’t what I thought I’d be doing when I entered college in 2004.