A lot has happened since I last wrote on here, but it feels weird to blog because I don’t know if anyone reads this anymore. It’s strange, moving through the years and having people flow in and out of your life with relative ease. Some go unnoticed, and some do not. I’m starting a new job on campus, which is nice. I’ll be editing materials for disabled students, which is definitely up my alley. I am nervous to begin of course, since it means less hours available for studying, but I’m glad for the income. It’s been nice being a student again, but every once in awhile it’s nice to at least earn enough to be able to eat out every once in awhile and not feel too bad. And I need to start saving for you know, life.
As I’ve grown I feel like my posts have become more and more mundane, but I think the subject matter hasn’t really changed. I think what has changed is possibly the way I react to the subject matter. I still remember my blog posts from junior high that were full of lots of high-energy stress and excitement over school and people. Well, look where I am now. Still in school, and still thinking about people.
A sent me a book about our defining decade, that is, the decade of our twenties. It was about how to make the most out of our lives now. Here’s where we are at. Let’s do this.