What a trip it’s been. I can honestly say this was one of the best experiences of my life. Working with this cast and crew was amazing and I’m so grateful I was apart of the madness. I met some amazing people who I love to death and I am so blessed to have had such a great opportunity. I’ve made friends, laughed, cried, sang, and danced almost every weekend and last night feels like a dream, a nightmare really. I never wanted it to end. I cried through the entire run, knowing very well there was no coming back next weekend and seeing those smiling faces. That was it, it was almost over. And when it did end, I stood and cheered for the people I was so extremely proud of and cried, attacked some with hugs after and congratulated others. I hugged Christina about 50 times, a new friend who I’d made thanks to this show and love to death, and we cried. And then we partied the night away, dancing and singing, eating pizza and having the time of our lives for the last time on that stage. And slowly but surely, we all started leaving. And when I finally left, I hugged everyone, said goodnight, and left. And now it all feels like a distant memory; Like last night never happened. Even now, knowing it did and that it’s all said and done, I don’t mind. I know I’ll always have my Spring Awakening Family and the memories.