Welcome to my (post-grad) real world.
I'm not sure where the last ten months went, or the last four years for that matter. What I do know, is that I woke up on Friday, May 16th expected to be a functioning member of society. So I did what every other responsible twenty-two year-old would do, rolled over and went back to sleep.
Don't get me wrong, I'm excited about graduation, and I even feel like I will eventually have something to offer to the world. I just don't feel that way right now.
I feel like I accomplished a lot in my four years at ASU. I feel like I met amazing people that I learned from every day. I also felt like I met my share of people that I hope I never see again. I feel excited to end a chapter of my life. But, I don't feel ready for the next step. Mostly because, I'd have to assume, I don't know what my next step is.
I don't have a dream job. I don't know exactly what I want to do, or where I want to do it. I want to be happy with what I'm doing and feel like I'm making a difference. But don't we all? I plan to figure some of these things out before I die. The rest of it, I truly have no idea. This next chapter of my life seems too big for even me to plan for.
So here's to my partner in crime (who I'm sure is dreading that his life will be documented on a blog), my family, my friends, and to me, as I dive head first into a world I feel like I know nothing about.
So what should you expect from this blog? You can expect a lot of random posts, basically a synonym for the randomness of my life that I expect to unroll. I am currently attempting to furnish an "adult" house and have craft after craft planned (most of which will be "nailed it" pinterest fail website worthy, I'm sure). I also plan to try to learn how to cook meals at least substantial enough to keep me alive. All of which should be interesting, at my expense.
So far, I'm still doing shenanigans on the golf course in the hot summer sun. :) I guess post-grad life could be alright after all.