We’re still living like that

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WOW.
How did I earn this life. Second night in a row in AMAZING company, with good food and party feeling. I’m in the bus home from Helsinki, where the Helsinki’s Swedish-speaking Student’s Central Organisation HECO organized the annual graduation dinner Studentmiddagen. We were a group of four 16-yearolds and one 17-yearold organizing the event for almost 400 graduates. So you can imagine how extremely happy we are that everything went so perfectly. I’m so glad, and proud of my dear colleagues, they’ve worked so hard for this and it all goes to them, they did an amazing job.
Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves once again, and afterwards they all headed to Bar Casa, and me and my friends went to the FSS office. Upon arrival, we were happily surprised to meet some of our “own” partying there, and we had a good time with them, talking and chilling and opening yet another bottle of champagne. The evening ended with some very nationalistic songs, a weird drinking game and lots of hugs. So blessed to have met these guys! 😍

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