hows you feel on last day of college or school??
June 10, 2009 12:53pm CST
hi friends, as everybody knows an d enjoying there student life pretty much.the college or school days are best part of everybody's life.this thing can be realize after finishing the schooling or college.you can also understnad this type of feeling on the last of school or college.when you are leaving them. hows you fee last day of college or school??can you realize the importance of them on that day?? how student life is best of anybody's life??tell your ideas over it
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29 Sep 09
Hey, Well on the last day of my school I was like 'Finally, I am out of this hell hole. Goodbye school, hello world'. I just felt totally relieved, that now my life could actually start, not just crawl along on the ground. Make sure you have a good day, God bless and Happy Lotting!!
12 Jun 09
Well i felt sad because i will be leaving my school and my friends too. It's been years so it will be pretty hard to adjust. The last days of my stay in my school were all about meeting the requirements for graduation so i really don't have the time to spend some time with my classmates because they were busy too. I miss my student life too! If only we can go back.
12 Jun 09
On the last day of school, I spent the entire day taking photos of my Alma Mater. I know it's kinda sentimental, but it has become part of my life and my career. The memories I've had shared with my friends will be forever cherished. The long branches of the century-year-old Acacia trees witnessed me cried when I failed in our long exams (haha!), the walls of the corridors could attest to my happy days when I was with that "somebody", and the markings we have left on the long, dusty and old benches in the amphi-theater served as our testaments that I was part of the histoy. I may be gone for awhile, but I know these memoirs will soon be reminisced..
11 Jun 09
my last day of college? wow! i'm very happy, excited and relieved! at last i will get my diploma and will start a career and finally can help my parents! i don't feel sad about leaving my classmates, yes i will miss the school, the university, the activities...everything but i am more happy than sad and besides i still have communications with my real friends even after graduation...
11 Jun 09
hi yadav8797 yes it is very difficult to leave school life....or for that matter leaving the life of a student......i just completed my graduation last month.....it feels like i have lost something from my life....those friends those lectures which i never attended......those mischiefs that i used to do.......you can call it an irony that when i was in my school i was waiting for my last day at school...but when that day came...i just prayed to god that if he had given me a time machine i would have gone back to the first day of my school.......i really miss my school......i had seen many students crying on that day.....
11 Jun 09
Well there's one thing that I miss a lot about my college days, my friends.. All the fun stuffs we did and the bonding we have, I miss them all. But I still remember when I was about to graduate I felt afraid and exciting at the same time. I felt fear cause I will be facing a bigger world after college. The fear of applying for a job and if I can make it or not. I was excited cause it is the start of making my own future. Sigh.. in general college life is good for me and it's nice to reminisce the memories every once and a while. Ciao!
11 Jun 09
i was really sad. my last days in my high school were filled with so many memories, mostly bonding time with my friends. during the clearance week, we walked around the campus several times, recalling bits and pieces of high school life. it was really hard to leave your high school but i realized that it's a good thing that i'm leaving because it means that i am moving into a new challenge in my life, college. during the graduation, almost the whole batch cried while singing the grad. i know i'll miss everyone. even the ones who wanted to make my high school life like hell. after all, there is no protagonist without an antagonist:)
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14 Apr 11
I didnt go to college but the last month of high school was sad. As days got closer to graduation it got harder for me knowing that I would probably almost never see these people again that I spent the last 13 years with. I tried hard not to cry at my graduation. I was glad to be out of school because I was always getting in trouble but at the same time I knew I would miss the socialization and routineness.