I posted for 30 days. I finished what I started, just like I said I would, and it feels so good.
I think I’ll join an ultimate frisbee club, start rock climbing, and go to Utah and hike some mountain. Maybe then I’ll convince some people to hop on a plane with me and backpack Europe, but only after I dread my hair.
I’m seriously considering it. The hair part. Well, all of it really, but the hair would be the natural first step. But I kinda like my hair long and soft. Decisions, decisions…
I will make a list of things I can do that are impressive:
- I know how to spin on a spinning wheel
- I play piano and read music
- I’ve done some beekeeping
- I can garden
- I have an impressive speaking vocabulary, and a decent reading comprehension.
- I really like cats. A lot.
- I can eat a lot of bread
- I never get motion sickness
- I have impeccable taste in movies and flowers
There, I think I got it all. Now for a list of foundwantings:
- I can’t swim
- I don’t ever get up early unless I have to for work
- My spelling is abysmal
- I’m not very good at making pancakes
- I always feel like I’m doing everything wrong
- I procrastinate
- I don’t like the TV show The Big Bang Theory
- I use too many commas
- I forget everything, and I don’t forget anything.
- I don’t have any friends in Seattle
Tonight has been quiet. I’m a nanny, now. I’m going to buy a camera so I can take soooo many pictures of my exciting life. Or be ready when it gets exciting, which will be soon. I have been so lonely of late. Not much has changed, but I’m starting to remember how it was like when I was going to college and friends were everywhere. Heck, I had to take off hiking 2 or 3 times a week to recover from all the people time I was indulging in, like too much chocolate. But lately my life has been full of sucking on carrots, and I miss it. Chocolate, that is.
So here’s to being nice to people and making new friends by actually doing things like ultimate frisbee and rock climbing. Where the heck do you even meet people, anyway? My job isn’t a good start, and I’m new at my church, not to mention I don’t even know if they have people my age there. But, Hey! God is the God of small and large things. I’ll keep you all posted on my friendship status. Because all I really want is to meet people who love and serve Jesus, so maybe I’ll start there.
I’ll just love and serve Jesus, and then look up to see who’s around when that happens.