Module 2 has somehow been faster than module 1. I blinked and suddenly I have exams next week. We've even started picking electives for the second half of the program already.
Quick rundown of my past week
Today is my last day at my Thinkwrap. I leave with happy tears in my eyes, moments I will treasure, abundant joy in heart and gratitude I can't fully express. If ever I could recommend a workplace that you should at least experience, this might just be it.
It is officially undergraduate graduation season in Ontario (I'm not sure of the rest of Canada). I know 13 graduands who are making their walk across the stage in the next 2 weeks thanks to my role as the head of university alumni at my youth church. It's a season to celebrate your tremendous achievement of completing your undergraduate studies.
So me, a whole me, Tolu 'There is rice at home' Arogunmati, waited in line for an hour, a WHOLE hour to eat food. Which food have I not eaten in this life that I will be standing outside? Outside in Canada cold for that matter. As I stared into the Montreal sky that fateful evening, I wondered;
Waow, wonders shall never end.
I was taking inventory of my life the other day with my best friend as most of us do when life comes at you this quick. We went through each other's dating journey and the entertainment such memories bring are box office to put mildly. In the discussion, I realized that dating reveals a different side to people that are fun to talk about.