It's hard to believe tomorrow is my last day in the U.S. for at least a year--maybe two. Even though I've said goodbye to all of my friends, gone to visit my grandmas and extended family, and started packing, it still hasn't hit me yet that in two days, I will be moving halfway across the world.
I keep telling myself I only have two more nights to sleep in my bed, two more days of driving my car, and two more days of being in North Carolina period, but for some reason, this still feels like any other week. When I studied abroad in Spain, it didn't sink in that I was moving out of the country until I was literally at the airport, so at this rate, hopefully Monday morning I'll wake up and be able to comprehend that it's the last time I'll wake up on American soil for the next year.
If you had twenty-fours hour left in the U.S. before you moved abroad for a year, what is the one thing you would make sure to do on your last day in the States?