YITS is over.
This is where I pull out all the cliches like, “it’s not the end, but the beginning”, “it’s the start of a new chapter” or, “the end of an era.”
I have already sort of gotten used to the fact that I will no longer have those wonderful lectures that screw with my theology. I have gotten used to the fact that I will no longer have to walk into the YITS room and spend 5 minutes deciding where to sit.
What I haven’t gotten used to yet is the fact that I will no longer see everyone everyday. And I am so pissed that only over the last few weeks I have really started to get to know some people. What did I do all year??? Why didn’t I talk to them???
Oh wait, I know. Because I was still the extreamly introverted, shy Blair.
The only comforting thing is that next year, quite a few YITSers will be studying at Tabor as well so I will be able to keep in touch with SOME people.
Next year will be good because Kyla and I are moving in together (and someone else would be good too) and we can use our house as a place where YITSers can catch up and have a place to hang out.
I know that I have to greive YITS, but I really don’t want to do it. I don’t know if I can face ‘sitting in the brokeness’ .