Like Someone to Save You

Today was my graduation from law school.

It has been a busy week full of travelling around with my parents and little brother and showing them some of Vermont's finest sights, but today has been pretty emotional for me. If I don't think about it too much then the fact that tomorrow is my last day in Vermont until who knows when doesn't bother me. Inevitably I end up thinking about it and it does.

This might sound crazy but I really think Vermont saved my life. I was a mess when I came here in 2009. I was miserable, heartbroken, sad, angry, and terrified about going to law school. Now here I am three years later and I did not just survive, I have thrived.

I feel like I have been searching for a place to call "home" for some time now. A place where I can put down roots and stay for forever. I know that Vermont is not that place for me, but looking back on my life over the last eight years, I know I've left little pieces of home everywhere I have been. I just want to gather those pieces up into one spot so I can have my place to call home.

I feel like there is a lot about this subject that I can't put into words. Here is a photo of me in my graduation regalia. Also, I must warn you that my bar class starts Tuesday, and so I will be taking a blogging hiatus until after the Arizona bar in late July. My next post will probably be in August, after I've had a little time to recuperate. So have a lovely summer! Think of me fondly!


Brian & Kyla said…
Congrats Lindsey!! I'll anxiously awaiting your return in August! Good luck on the bar.
alirara said…
Well good job I'm very proud of you. Did Daddy cry when you graduated? Just wondering. Love ya
Kristin Lowe said…
I'm so impressed that you randomly moved to Vermont. And graduated law school! You're awesome.
Ruth said…
I know you are not blogging but I still look just in case! I hope your studying is going well. Hang in there! God bless you.

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