Monday, January 11, 2010

No, I am not talking about nickels and dimes, but I will give you my two cents.

There is a 18 year difference in the two images above.
Change is inevitable, and that is okay. It is how you embrace it that makes the difference.
Lately I have been having a hard time with change, as I have had a lot of it in a small amount of time. Which I guess, in this point of my life, is to be expected. The changes I have made don't normally bother me but then when I visit home my past in thrown back in my face.
What my friends say..."Remember when your hair was long?"
What I hear..." Remember when you were pretty"
Whats my friends say... "Remember when you had stretched ears?"
What I hear... "Remember when you were interesting"
What my friends say.. "Remember that one time at the one place?"
What I hear... "Remember when you were fun?"
Now, I know what I heard is not what they were saying, but the reason these things affect me is because I miss those things too. I am still that person, just different. I guess it is part of growing up. You make decisions and you live with them. Life is about sacrifices. I just pick the lesser of two evils. Right now at the top of my priority list is to make it in the professional world. I guess now would be the best time to experiment. New location. New job. New life, mixed in with the old.
I am just curious to see where things go. I wonder what change will come my way, I am going to welcome it with open arms.
Obama said change was good, maybe he is right.


  1. Okay, I don't know what the deal is with the spacing. Won't let me fix it.

  2. Remember that one time at the one place?
    Yeah fun times...lets make more of them but with smarter decisions. hahaha
    Don't forget the past but don't let it hold you back either.
    ps this is my second fist one was much better...but I don't know where it went. :/

  3. You are the second person to tell me they had problems posting a comment. I don't know what the deal is.