For my finals I prepared how nearly every student does, poorly and at the last minute haha. Studying was actually quite challenging considering the fact that my room was in a state of chaos due to packing and my study are was over run with miscellaneous nick-nacks that needed to be either thrown out or packed away. Through it all though, I was able to manage.
My final day at Tgen was very bitter sweet. It consisted mostly of tossing DNA samples and wrapping up any loose documents from all the work I did. The crushing moment however came when I had to turn in my ID badge. I was pretty disappointed because I was under the impression I was going to be able to keep it but as it turns out that's not the case. Kathleen gave me kind farewell. She gave me all her contact information and told me if I ever needed a recommendation or a reference not to hesitate to ask her for one.
Moving away from Arizona however is going to be a tough change for me over the next few months. I've never lived anywhere else other than the valley, so moving all the way across the country to Watertown New York will take some adjusting. It should be a fun new adventure and I'm looking forward to what it has in store for me. Like they say, when one door closes another one opens.
Thank you all for taking the time to read my blog and I wish you ask the best.
Till next time.