So, a friend mentioned today that she wanted to try to take at least one photograph a day. It sounds interesting. We all know I'll be great about it for a week, then probably lose interest. Anyway, I think I'm going to try it. I can't promise that I'll actually post a new photo every day... but maybe do one post a week? Let's see if we can do this.
Aaaand there is this AMAZING video... but I can't embed it. So you have to follow this link to see it. I believe we should have done this instead. No? Maybe we should go back to Mt. Pleasant for a do-over.
Yep. She was on Good Morning America today. Looking cute and nervous and just a great as I would hope!
Love The Pioneer Woman... She writes one of my favorite blogs. She does food blogging (hello?? obviously a winner), but she also blogs on the other domains of her life. Her kids. Her experiences. Things she sees. Things she misses. She was a city girl...then moved to the middle of nowhere. It can happen, and the move can be successful! But me... I don't think I'm ready to leave yet.
Not entirely sure what I want. Not entirely sure how much that matters... or what things that I want should take priority. Not entirely sure where compromise and sacrifice ends and deliberately withholding from myself the things that I enjoy begins. Sometimes I feel like the goals I set for myself are restricting. Sometimes they are what gets me to the next day. Just trying to keep moving in some direction and hope that soon I'll see if it's the right direction or not.
Love! Love! Love you (Mom, and sometimes Pam and Tori, and maybe Amanda... since I don't think anyone else ever looks at this! lol)!!!
p.s. please don't take this as a worrisome sign that life is deteriorating. This is just a stream of consciousness kind of thing... Graduation is coming. Plans need to be made. I'm just not sure if I'm ready to be making these plans. I think this is a normal process with an impending graduation. 2 decades as a student--now what?
Welcome! I look forward to seeing exciting changes unfold. This shall be a year of significant changes. In May I will hold a Master of Science in Social Work. Hopefully after that I will be working. Beyond that there should be new and wonderful things that are far beyond my imagination waiting for me.