Warning. This post is long, rambling, and full of sentimental nonsense…
First of all, unless any of you are rabid/fanatical fans of Vanessa Carlton *wink*, you probably won’t recognize the lyrics used as the post title. If you want to look the song up on YouTube (and you should check it out!), the song is “London”.
She’s releasing a new album on June 21st.
I am so excited that I can’t see straight…
Moving on. 😉
This past week/weekend has been a bit… tumultuous. Tear-causing. Amazing. Humbling. Hard. But at the same time, good, in the hardest meaning of the word. I won’t go into detail about anything because I have chosen not to post/Facebook about it. Just know that my life has been good/weird/crazy, as of late.
You know what though?
I have so many things going right for me at the moment that it’s not even funny. (Well, laugh if you want. Whatever.)
I’m proud to say that I created my first resume this week. It’s insane, the amount of opportunities that God is sending at me right now. Sometimes, I just feel like saying “Wait, let me work on that last one! You’re overwhelming me!” However, I suppose that’s not the right response to blessings, you know?
I’m scared. I’m excited. I don’t know what to think.
School is sucking the life out of me. If you’re one of those poor people waiting for a blog design right now, I apologize for my terrible inconsistency. If you’d rather go to another designer and have it done quicker, I understand. No hard feelings in the least. ❤
I wish AP Euro would crawl in a hole and die.
I didn't say that just now, did I?
No, not me.
Not at all…
I yell at myself occasionally for not posting more and for not being more active in the blogging world. I've been so terrible – I haven't gotten on my Google Dashboard in forever.
I have so many ideas for this blog. They may or may not come into bloom in the next few months.
I have so many exciting things that I'm on the verge of (possibly) that I want to tell you about. However, I'll reserve those for when and if I can celebrate in actuality. 😉
This is getting quite long, and it's getting quite late. Remember friends, life is indeed precious, and we should treasure every moment…
“Although the Lord gives you the bread of adversity and the water of affliction, your teachers will be hidden no more; with your own eyes you will see them. Whether you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will hear a voice behind you, saying, 'This is the way; walk in it.'” Isaiah 30:20-21