“I can no other answer make but thanks, and thanks; and ever thanks.”
As graduation creeps up quickly there is much to reflect upon as I look back on the treasurable time spent here at the University of Connecticut. The sparks of excitement in finding a newer path of life sometimes are engulfed by the fear of leaving behind UConn’s magnificent walls. I have been shaped and guided by many friends, family members, and professors in this important time of my life. To each that have prepared me for my future, I would like to say thank you.
Thank you to my loving parents and family who have supported me from the beginning. Thank you for helping me financially, to peruse my career and never doubting what I can do. I am grateful for being loved so deeply and given every opportunity I can reach. From them I have learned to love myself and have confidence in myself that I can make a difference in this world. I am thankful for the friends that have stuck by me through the years of school and always have been there for advice and a helping hand. And to the many new friends I have made here at UConn, I thank you tremendously. We have stuck together through an array of courses and have accomplished so much together. I thank all of you for making the transition to UConn so positive and smooth. I also give my thanks to the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources and the Ambassador program. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to represent the college and meet a variety of prospective students and wonderful faculty. The networking and training provided has shaped me to become a better student and I thank you for Continue reading