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First off, I can't believe that I'm halfway done with college. In another two years I'll be on my own, as an adult with absolutely no clue how to be an actual adult. Lol wish me luck.

Anyway, as my sophomore year comes to a close, I can't help but reminisce. From getting a little too turnt on Halloween to falling for the wrong guy, I've definitely learned a thing or two. With that said, here are some of my experiences in the form of lessons, courtesy of the past ten months:
Okay so it wasn't technically a relationship but I would be lying if I said it didn't feel like one. Anyway, I want to share my experience. So if you like stories, enjoy:

We met through a mutual friend last year while taking summer classes at UCSB. After a few encounters with him I sensed that he was attracted to me. I found him attractive too, but I pegged him as a stereotypical college athlete who thinks he can get any girl he wants. My instincts were screaming at me to stay away, and I did... until he confessed that he liked me. By the time he told me how he felt, he was about to head home to Florida. That didn't stop us from talking though. We texted everyday for about a month and then I "ghosted" him. With that said, my intentions were always good. I was under the impression that he was coming back to Santa Barbara for Winter quarter; I figured we would pick up where we left off once he was back. However, during the time that we weren't in contact his plans changed. Long story short, his coaches somehow screwed him over and he enrolled at Arizona State instead. When I heard this, I was forced to accept my feelings for him that I tried to deny all along. Perfect timing, right? So, I sent him a text asking why he didn't update me on his situation. We ended up talking again but this time on a deeper level. We texted consistently and FaceTimed for hours almost everyday. We shared our hardships, childhood photos and memories, opened up about our fears, hopes, dreams. We really got to know each other. He honestly became one of my best friends. 

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