The last day was very short, very sad, and probably one of the funnest days of my entire LINK internship. We started the day off by looking at the art gallery and figuring out what needed to be finished for the sea container art gallery so it could finish for filming in the next week. I finished up my project and presented it to my mentor and Elias to get a final opinion. They loved it and so did I. We then all went out to lunch together for the last time to celebrate my last day and Sheila's birthday. I then took two hours off and toured Georgetown University. I started to get real sad after I got back because my mentor and bought me presents and was sad to see me go. The three weeks went by incredibly fast and I can't believe that I am already leaving in two days. I have learned a lot about my self and how the real world works, and honestly I love it. The thought of going back to school is really weird because there is so much less freedom, but I know that there is so much more I need to learn before I go out into the world. I don't think I'll go into architecture because I could never sit for so long without talking to people all day. I need to be able to go outside, be social, walk about and explore in what ever job I find myself in.