Recent Cornell Graduate Travels 7,000 Miles Across The US To Surprise His College Friends
Because no one can take the place of your college friends
It hasn’t been that long since Lionel Chambers and his college friends graduated from Cornell University.
But, it’s been long enough to get a taste of the real world, of working 9-5, of not getting to see and hang out with your favorite people everyday.
He explains that one of the wonderful things about going to a school like Cornell was meeting and becoming friends with students from all over the place.
And one of the bad things, after graduation, they all scattered.
Most of us get that.
Most of us are not Lionel, who decided to do something about it.
He saved up some cash and over the course of three months traveled 7,000 miles across the US to surprise his best friends.
He traveled from the state of New Jersey to Upstate New York, Minnesota, Oregon, and lastly California.
He shares the journey, the joy, the surprises in this fun video.
Lionel explains how, in order to pull this off, he needed help from his friends’ parents and family.
Looks like there were a lot of willing participants.
What do you think?
Who would you surprise?
Please let me know in the Comments section below.
Good for you, Lionel, for not waiting another moment to go after the important things in life and celebrating your wonderful friends. I can’t wait to see what you come up with next.
I actually talk a lot about the importance and power of friends in my latest book,