Well, I've been planning on making a blog for a little bit here, but I was going to wait for more substantial things to happen in my life, but that isn't how these things work. My twin started her blog and then there was a string of Roommates and friends to start and then I discovered I had family that blogged and suddenly the peer pressure was up haha. I never really know what to say in these things so I did one of the things I do best and procrastinated actually typing the blog, but now here I am. I'll assume that most any one that will read this already knows a little about me, but I'll share anyways. I am a member of The Church Of Jesus Christ of Latterday saints. Yes I believe in God, Jesus and a Plan for happiness after we get through the nittygritty we call Earth life. Earth isn't to bad I like it here, I'm learning in school at Idaho where it's so cold you want to cry! But today I saw the sun and it was like a hallelujah choir I can see spring singing in the distance and all the dreams I have built up into next semester such as getting a new stamp in my passport and seeing a new piece of this wonderful planet and learning about a new group of people! I'm eager and excited as I get days closer to permanent hot sunshine and an inescapable tan!! Hola Mexico! However, first I must survive the melting slush of Idaho and more than likely at some point there will be that unavoidable slip like last Thursday when harmlessly making my way to class my feet were guiding me one second followed swiftly by the slobbery wet ground leaving a lovely wet mark down my leg like I had attempted to make a homerun on the grass luckily my knight in a panda hoodie yanked me up so fast I was on my feet in no time. It was one of those moments in life where everything was over immediately after it started and there was nothing you could do to change it. Makes me laugh just thinking about it.
Not sure what else to share about my life I'm looking forward to the future laughing about the present and who knows about the past right? what can we really do about that? I'd like to think I'm learning from it because it is what it is and if you can't learn from it then what's its point?
I love my life and even though I live in the Midwest's version of Alaska I wouldn't change it for the world. I've been able to enjoy so much of the snowy wasteland of Rexburg it's been worth every shiver. I've met a wonderful little lovebug and lots of new friends. I've been able to talk my roommates into recycling, however our recycling can sometimes become a reusable monster that dominates our living room corner just before it gets taken to the recycling bins much to everyone's relief haha.
I'm running a little low on time so just know I'm enjoying the adventure I call my life.
~The Self-Proclaimed Explorer