Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Hello Girls

Hello, Girls. It's . . .  what day is it? Wednesday? Technically, yes, but by the time I'm finished writing this, it will probably be Thursday. Wednesday's only got eight minutes left in it.

Why am I writing on the wrong day of the week?

BECAUSE I'M UNPREDICTABLE! And because I just created a new blog for myself and five friends who want to stay in touch, and I thought, Hey. I should make a post to Facets. Just 'cause.

Girls, it's been more than a year since our project ended. Which is surreal, in a way. I started a new blog about a month after we finished up because, can you believe it? I missed blogging. That one has been going . . . on . . . (I was going to say 'strong,' but the truth is, I have failed so spectacularly so many times to post to that blog on time) for almost a full year now, and it's wrapping up next month.

So how's life, you ask? Am I living in Boston, as I said I would be when last we spoke?

Nope. Still in Bowling Green. Grad School Plan #2 fell through, and I realized -- I was looking at grad schools almost entirely because I felt like that's what I was somehow required to do next with my life, which didn't seem like a good enough reason. So I abandoned that, at least for the time being.

So, yeah, I'm still in BG, but I do have a much firmer moving away date now. The Boy moved out to New York, you see, at the beginning of the year, hired as the Multimedia Coodinator for the Frost Valley YMCA. My contract with Horizon is through June, so I'm here 'til then, and then I'll move out to New York to join him. Also? The Boy proposed last month. So Miss Monday is now an engaged woman. :)

I don't have much else to say. I just felt like popping in to say hello. I don't know when or if you girls will see this, but it's here.

Hello, girls. It's Thursday. I hope your lives are progressing beautifully.

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