Momma I Have made it! Yes, it’s official that your boy has graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Electronic Journalism and Arts. May 14th 2017, a day that will be forever be memorable for the rest of my life.

It’s only been a week and I am still high off from the excitement of graduating. I can’t believe that I am finally done!!  Believe me when I tell you that I gained a good amount of pounds from that last couple months just trying to stay afloat in order to graduate. Looking back, food was literally my therapy but it was all worth it.

In all seriousness, I never imagined I would be the first one in my family among my siblings to get a degree. Growing up, my parents spent a lot of money on tutors and taking my siblings and I to some of the best schools in Kenya. It’s crazy how that I am finally able to showcase this achievement and letting them see all their hard work pay off.

School has never been my forte. I remember during my early middle school days I used to really struggle in school. Keeping it all the way real, I was the ‘dummy’ kid in class. I was always among the few with the lowest grades in my class. It got soo bad to the point I even had to repeat my 6th grade. I clearly remember my fifth grade teacher even once said that she never saw me making it in life.

So for me to make it to this point in my life where I have a degree is more than a dream come true but a testimony that with Christ anything is possible.

I am not sure what the next step is but I am confident it will all work out in the end! As of now I just want to marinate in these new post Grad lifestyle. (before I get depressed why I have not gotten a job)

Life Update!!

It’s been a while since I have posted a blog but let’s just say your boy has been busy trying to adjust back to reality. All that traveling definitely got me used to living a certain type of lifestyle that I pray, I will one day get back to it.

It’s exactly 30 days till my graduation and the senioritis has been REAL!! 👨🏿‍🎓(The decreased motivation toward studies displayed by students who are nearing the end of their high school, college, and graduate school careers). Low-key, I have had senioritis since my freshman year of college. This is the one thing in my life that’s actually hitting me way before the finish line. Normally, I am one of those people that reality hits at the actual moment. Funny enough I haven’t truly expressed or told many folks about my graduation except close friends and family. Mainly because I have this thing of not really telling people about anything major happening in my life, until it’s actually happening. I may speak of it lightly but not make it serious enough. This is because I am afraid of jinxing it or getting ahead of myself. (I know I am paranoid like that).

This is such a big deal for me. I can’t even imagine that I am finally so close to the finish line to get my bachelors📜. I am not really a school person so you can only imagine the struggle. The only reason I’ve gotten this far is just because I know the importance of education and this is a ‘plan B’ for me because in my head, I know I want to follow my music and acting career. (Realistically what are my chances though?) For those of you who don’t know, I am a journalism student at Lyndon state college up in Vermont.

Now that I am about to finish this chapter of my life, I can’t help but question and wonder what to do with my life next. Actually in all honesty, I am frieking out and afraid. Like I know the whole routine where one is expected to get a job and jump into the workforce but I can’t help but strongly feel that that’s not my path. It also doesn’t help that I have been rejected in a couple of job entrees.  I know I am meant to do something greater that’s even bigger than myself first, then adult later (Travel, Peacecorp/Americorps, follow my dreams….etc). Then again the question is where do I start, where do I take the first step and how do I know that whatever path I decide to take is the right path.