Tuesday, February 19

Past due

I once was told that when starting a blog there are a few underlying rules to follow, the main one being that you must updated it weekly. In that case, maybe I wasn't meant to be a blogger. I realized I've been neglecting writing blog entries that update all of my five readers, on some form of excitement, newly discovered knowledge, or funny happenings that occur in the life of a college student. So, as I sit on my couch, drinking vitamin water, patiently waiting for the Advil PM to kick in, I begin my past due entry. As the months quickly pass by, and my college days quickly come to an end, I'm realizing I'm quickly beginning to feel lost in each step I take towards my future endeavors. Where do I go after graduation? If anyone has any suggestions, I'm all ears. As of lately, I feel this responsibility as the youngest child to take care of my parents, meaning I'd have to stay in Utah. The first part doesn't seem so bad. My parents have raised me well for the past 22 years, and I will gladly take over taking care of them. But somehow, I need to find a way to get them out of Utah, somewhere near the ocean. And, now that the Advil has kicked in, and my eyes are begging to droop, I'll contemplate where my future will take me. I'll let my dreams of the night carry me away into that fantasy world that seems to take over me each times I close my eyes and lay myself down to sleep. Sweet dreams.

5 comments:

Brittany said...

Umm -- can I edit your blog? Maybe it was the Advil PM. :) Also, I think you should move to D.C. and talk dad into working for the church out here (they have an offic here)! I love you!

Amy said...

sister, if you want to edit my blog you better make sure all of your words are spelled correctly too! Offic or office? :)

Colie said...

I miss your humor, Amy. I hope you feel better!

Rob said...

Mays, I'm glad you volunteered to take care of ma and pa. Mom has already started falling on the steps, so you know it's all down hill from there.

Trevor said...

Amy, just remember what Lehi told his son and let that be your guide.

(Ok, so I have no idea what that means either)