Monday, April 9, 2012

Leading a perfectly imperfect life

This isn't much of an update... I need to write one, but life's been hectic lately. My dad decided to remind me the other day that I only have 5 weeks left of college. (This is where I almost hyper-ventilated into a panic. Yep.)

Anyhow. In the meanwhile, I'll be on a few blogs soon, so you can see me there! Definitely check out the rest of their blog while you're there, they're all great reads.
- I recently wrote a guest post for Cassie's blog, Live. Laugh. L0ve., that will appear on April 29.  You can check it out here.
- I did an interview with Kathy for her blog, That's What She Said.
- I also got to have a guest spot on Kate's blog, Kate as of Late, too. (Update on 4/16: It's posted!)

In other news, I still haven't heard anything from the grad school I applied to, so I'm going to be applying for some jobs soon, as well as grad school; including where I currently attend school.

Vic and I were talking about this and other things last night, and he told me that he wants me to be in his life for a considerable amount of time. I told him that I feel the same way, and that I couldn't be happier dating him. I'm a lucky girl.

So, while life isn't perfect... It's starting to make some sense again. I'm not letting things get to me as I had in the past, but just trying to live in the now and figure out what life has to offer. Getting wait-listed has ironically been one of the best things to happen to me. Go figure.


  1. Hope you hear some good news from the grad school soon. I'll see you over on your guest posts!

    1. Thanks, Mike! Although I didn't get in, it was a blessing in disguise.

  2. 5 weeks? That's it? Oy. This semester really did fly by quickly.

    I think getting wait-listed was definitely a blessing in disguise. Going to school in a faraway land sounds enchanting, but it seems like you still have work to do here. And you shall :D

    1. Scary, isn't it? I don't know why my dad likes to torture me so...

      It truly does. As I've said before, I may be done with parts of this university, but others are waiting to be uncovered (and dare I say, to continue with the Lost references, more hatches to be opened?).