I read my previous Carpe Diem post and had to laugh at myself a little. I've come along way since that last post....but I still have a ways to go.
I've accomplished a lot in the time pasted:
I applied to grad school, went on an interview and found out the same day I was accepted to Thomas Jefferson's Couple and family Therapy Program! So yes, I am no longer working towards but I'm actually IN graduate school. *cues claps from the crowd* yea i know isnt it great? I just started on wednesday but I really enjoyed it. Seems like its going to be challenging yet enjoyable and not a got damn swindle like
I had to quit my job, so I am no longer working at JJPI. I was a lil sad at first because I could use the money and I actually enjoyed my experience there. I'm currently looking into other positions to see what I could do to make money in the meantime as well as increase my experience but I'm hopeful I will find something.
I moved into a one bedroom apt on camups. Its strange not living with anyone after spending most of my time with a roommate but its a very freeing experience already. I think I'll be able to find more of myself and become more in tuned with me and the things I go through.
Overall life is really great right now. I can't complain and these next two years are gonna really shape me in a way that I couldnt imagine.
I'm essited :)
An intense anticipation itself transforms possibility into reality; our desires being often but precursors of the things which we are capable of performing.