I’ve made my decision

Hey world!

 I was in doubt if I should leave for college, or stay one more year in this city, just because I’m one of a very few people who got accepeted in college, and the possibility of moving out scared me. But now I realised it was a blessing. Everybody wanted to be accepted in college right after high school (in Brazil, the exams to get into college are done once a year, so if u didnt pass, you have to wait another year) and I did! I was accepted right after high school and this is so cool. It means that my senior studying year was worth it, and I was lucky enogh to get a place and there were only 12 places, disputing with more than 500 people who also wanted a place, and I got it! I should be happy, Im happy.

This city that im going to study is 5 hours driving, but thats okay! The city is great, and im moving out for a good reason! I’m going to college, im going to a great college and I need to take this opportunity. And im not going to be gone forever, one weekend or another i will be back.

The sad part is that idk what my relationship is going to be,I really like this guy and I think we could keep it! Lets see what happens, I just cant say no to college just because of a relationship that i really like atm but I know that it may not be forever, so I choice my future, I know its gonna de good! I’m leaving in a little more than one month and im starting to get anxious, and I’m going to live with another girls that are also from my city, so I think its gonna be fun.

2 thoughts on “I’ve made my decision”

  1. Nani, Congratulations! You made the right choice. You are sensible in focusing on your future. Based on my personal experience if someone is meant to be part of your life in the long term, it will happen. I met my husband when I was 15 years old, he was in the military. Our relationship began by writing letters to each other. After 2 to 3 years of making an attempt to maintain a long distance relationship, we broke it off. I went on to college and graduated. He remain in the military for 4 years. Then one day when I least expected it, he called me and stated to me that he would like to reacquaint and start our relationship because he had not forgotten about me. He respected my wishes to wait until I graduated from college. A year after I graduated from college, we go married-it was a beautiful wedding. Fast forward to the present-I have been married to my husband now for 15 years and we have 2 beautiful children. My point in sharing this with you is that-when something is meant to be, it will be, the most worthwhile parts of your life are worth waiting for because you learn to really cherish, honor, and appreciate those moments with merits. Good Luck To You! Believe me the best is yet to come!

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