So it's the stat of 2014, first day, and I'm sitting here on my computer, planning all of the stories that I'm going to be writing, planning out books that I want to publish myself and along with my sisters and wondering why we had to eat all of the bacon coated snacks so quickly last night.
As I said on my twitter, you know it's New Year's at my place when everything is wrapped in bacon.
And as is customary with the New Year, I'm reflecting on myself, this past year, and what the new year will bring. Thankfully with finding a lot of things out about myself I have a even greater positive outlook on things. I've finally learned not to look at the ground when I'm walking somewhere, to smile more (though I've been told I smile all the time), to not be as cynical, and not to listen to music so loud when I'm by myself so that I'm more open and approachable. Though I, personally, always thought that my winning smile was able to win anyone over. ;)
Looking forward to a lot of things in 2014 (graduating being the top one, of course), I thought back about my 2013. A lot of people said that theirs sucked and that seemed to be the general consensus of the year. Did my 2013 suck? ...well, I wouldn't say it sucked, like it was downright terrible, but it wasn't always that great. I was more stressed than I had ever been--and I don't get stressed, like at all--and there were many things that didn't seem to be going right for me. However, and this seems to be the general consensus as well, I think that 2014 is going to be a great year. I have a J-Term class I'm excited to take, my Spring semester of school doesn't seem so difficult, I already have plans for traveling during the summer, as well as looking at potential jobs that I think will be great for me, as well as talking to someone to see if they can help me and my sisters out a bit.
(Before anyone asks, don't know what I'll do after college, I may apply to a couple of graduate programs, I may just go right into work).
All I know is that 2014 seems to be looking up and it's only the first day in. Hopefully the rest of the year treats me well. I'm positive it will.
Loves anything red. Rock music, playing the guitar, drawing, writing, tattoos, and sports are some of my interests and hobbies. I like to laugh, I like to think I'm funny. I talk a lot...just a warning.