Which, in Greek, unfortunately, means both to finish and to die. However, I think the "die" part only comes across when it's in the perfect, as in, "I have died and am now dead." So, I'm just done.
Goodbye, second year of college. You were good, though not so much for my GPA, which you definitely dropped by something like .2 points (this being a lot in GPA land). Ass. But you were good for other things, like getting me a part-time job that doesn't suck, and a trip to Athens, and a possibly very cool internship complete with partial funding for the latter two endeavors. And you planted the EVIL EVIL seed of grad school in my mind, where it continues to fester and feed my silly delusions of future academic grandeur. But hey, my delusions get hungry sometimes too. And you expanded my brain and my pretension, which is always important, by giving me an extensive introduction to Machiavelli and geography and Plato. And Greek. Fucking Greek.
Now what shall I do with myself? Probably nothing incredibly exciting until we move into our fabulous new apartment next Wednesday. Stay tuned.