Warning: This post is about to get political. I spent the 4th of July watching WWII movies. The world had become a terrifying place. In the last two years we have seen so many awful changes in the US. There's more violence. People struggle to meet ends meet as industries not supported by the current… Continue reading What’s Old is Now New Again
I'm starting to come to terms with the fact that I need to slow down. At least a little. At least temporarily. The last two and a half months have been rough. Between deadlines and social/family obligations, I'm getting burnt out. I knew July and part of August would be bad. I was not expecting… Continue reading The Worst Kind of Busy
It's kind of funny; the New Year always fills people with a sense of optimism, of expectation and hope. But it has been my experience that the first three months of the year are the hardest to get through. So far 2016 has not been an exception to that rule. My fingers are crossed that… Continue reading Marching On
1. Do something active for 20 minutes 5 times a week I did at least 30 minutes 6 days a week for most of June. Doesn't seem to be making much of a difference, though. I'm getting pretty frustrated. 2. Travel Questionable. I spent a weekend at my grandma's for my birthday, which I haven't… Continue reading July Goal Update
This week has been sooo long, and it's not over yet. Last weekend was a big family celebration. I went up to the lake with my parents, grandma, and aunt, and we celebrated Father's Day/my birthday. Tons of fun and great food were had by all, and i walked away with a great steampunk hat,… Continue reading Is it over yet?
I'm at the parents house for the next week or so for Christmas. I can't believe that in just over a week I'm leaving for Europe. I still have so much to do! Progress has been slow and steady on the Slytherin scarf. It was interupted by necessary last minute Christmas knitting. I'm making a… Continue reading Crash and Burn