Well… it’s May. Graduation is almost here. Serious oh em gee girl moment! This is definitely bittersweet. I’m excited, yes. Sad? Definitely. I came to EHOVE in 2011 as a junior. I went into Early Childhood Education with little experience and thinking I wanted to be a teacher. Coming out of Early Childhood, I have more experience with younger children and I learned I didn’t want to be a teacher. Originally I wanted to write and be a teacher. Now my focus is on writing. I’m even thinking about becoming an (elementary) librarian. I applied to Kent State University and I was accepted. I’m planning to attend in the fall under an exploratory major. It’s a little scary to think about leaving for college. Like I’ll be done with high school…what the heck am I going to do with my life?! I can’t be the only one who’s thought this.
But, anyway, this is my FINAL blog as the Early Childhood Education blogger for EHOVE Career Center. I want to thank EHOVE for giving me another family and giving me the chance to meet new people. EHOVE has really helped me prepare for college and the future. The teachers always tried to help and I was capable of understanding thanks to them. I do have a few thanks though.
Mrs. Kluding, thank you for acting like a second mom and being there for me.
Mrs. Taylor, thank you for being supportive of my writing and agreeing to stay apart of it.
Mrs. Ward, thank you for the help as a blogger and putting up with me!
And thank you many other teachers. But overall thank you my EHOVE friends and EHOVE in general. I’ll miss you!
Goodbye EHOVE Career Center.
Oh! And thank you Chanda Biecheler for doing this video together. It was depressing. But you are the best. So everyone check out her final blog, for Cosmetology, as well.