Monday, October 25, 2010

"The hardest things in life is learning which bridges to cross and which bridges to burn"

I found this on a blog that I read, and thought it was apt.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

"YOU are that superwoman. SO enjoy"

-Okay so maybe I ate half the bag to get to this little fortune.
So over the past few days I have been getting better at setting up a small routine for myself and getting organized in regards to school and life in general. I am trying my absolute best not be late/(skip class) or go on coffee runs(which result in  being late/skipping class). As of two saturday's ago I purchased yet another planner ( I know I am compulsive about these things), but I couldn't resist. I then told myself that I would stop spending the obscene amount of money on coffee from Starbucks and make my own coffee every morning. I write things down and check them off =) and I have built a budget (yes I the budget breaker). So far I have been diligent on each of these things, although it has only been going on for about a week. Hey we should rejoice in small victories, right? Im heading home today, and I am thrilled, I have a sad feeling I might not want to return. Just a small update.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Hello Readers,

Although I am more than sure that my reader level dropped to zero over the past few months. I have not been diligent about keeping up with my blog. The reason?- life. I just got overwhelmed with things at school that it pretty much killed much of my creative juices. I am not making excuses, and I am going to try and get back on track. The last time this happened was around the time my blog first started, I took a 3-4 month hiatus, and only began reworking the blog during the following summer. Hopefully I can keep a steady pace starting today, I will be posting a "sunday morning thoughts from the pewside" later tonight.
I have a busy week ahead, keep me in your prayers.

Now that thats out of the way...

Amazing isnt it?
how much we grow (change), I recently was able to open up my friendster account after a long time. I was amazed at some of the old messages, my responses, and it gave me a little insight at who I used to be. Granted, I was 16 when I had a friendster account and now I am 22. It still never ceases to amaze me how I used to be and who I have become. How about you? do you smile when you think about who you were, and who you are?

-knitting 101