I had every intention of posting at least 4 good blog posts this month and I didn’t deliver. Life gets in the way and I deal with it offline instead of blogging about it. I guess I must learn. This week was a week of tests and trials for me. I gave myself some scholastic challenges since it was spring break. I was going to get caught up on my assignments and actually jump ahead on a couple of assignments.
Well that didn’t happen. I can’t say that, it sort of happened…Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday things fell apart because life got in the way and I had to help my mom move. Took longer than I had anticipated and now here we are Saturday and I have to play catch up! Ugh! I didn’t want to be scrambling around getting things done this weekend but looks like I’ll have to.
The bright spot of my week occurred last night. I was
wasting utilizing my time on Pinterest when I came across a pin on purchasing photography equipment. I fell in love with this blog! Where have I been? Oh yeah buried under piles of homework assignments. I took an Alt Summit Class that Nicole taught and vowed I’d visit her blog but never did. Fast-forward to the wee hours of this morning… I got caught up reading post after post about her home renovation. That was my mini vacation during this spring break. Hey, you take them where you can get them!
Well I must bid you adieu for I must go and hand code a website for class. You see I was the crazy girl that thought, Oh yeah I can take on 16 credit hours in design school, while raising a kid and running a household. Famous last words…
It’s been over 3 months since I’ve posted anything. I promise to be around a lot more. School has been quite a whirlwind. I’m still in the thick of deadlines, projects, and tests. With that being said I’m working on new features and should have something fun listed next week! Stay tuned.
I can’t express enough how bad I would like to move to Amsterdam. I spent a few days there back in 1999. I pretend I’m an honorary member of the Bilderberg Group since I stayed at the Bilderberg when I was there.
The main focus of my trip was to visit the Anne Frank House. It was an incredible experience, her home was actually bigger than I thought.
My goal once I graduate is to move to a metropolitan area and I have my sights on Amsterdam and NYC. If I don’t land an “office” job I would like to be in an area where I can secure a fair amount of freelance work. No I’m not a “mari j” supporter looking to visit a “coffee shop.” I just really love the city in itself. Be warned I will probably feature more posts about this amazing city. Stay tuned. What your favorite city?