I don’t ever think I’ve seen a sky this blue.
It’s a brisk 50 degrees in Aggieland and there isn’t a cloud in the sky. As I walked from west campus to main campus, I couldn’t stop looking up. I even stopped to take picture. I have a big, stupid smile glued to my face.
These are the moments that I love most. I’m completely content in my life. I may be on my my way to take my organic chemistry test, but, in this moment, I can’t point out a single part of my life that I would change.
Nothing happened to make me super happy. Yesterday was a normal day preparing for my exam. I went to bed late and woke up early in a freezing cold room. I didn’t eat an amazing breakfast; I shared a burnt bagel with Elizabeth. I suffered through a boring genetics lab counting colored beans to simulate the effects of malaria and sickle cell disease. My day was painfully average until I started my trek across campus.
And yet, when I looked up at the sky, with the vibrant blue encompassing my entire view, I felt pure, childish happiness.
An overwhelming feeling of rightness has come over me. I’m in love. Not with a boy, but with my life. I’m completely head over heels in love with my life.
The pictures don’t do the sky justice. They can’t portray the way I feel in this moment, but I want to be able to remember this moment forever. It’s days like these that make your life.
my daily walk downsimpson drill field to the academic plaza // feb 4 11am
the beautiful kyle field and the never ending construction that is texas a&m // feb 4 11am