Responsibility: Response. Ability.
I was never fond of sitting down and homeworking.. graduating has been the most epic milestone of my life for sure. What started as the craziest crowd surfing, football cheering, themed party-going all year slumber party ended as a isolated, library loving, caffeine craving, exam odyssey. To all the nights I felt alive and to all the nights I wanted to die.. Looking back, I am glad I took on the adventure, I learned more than I ever thought I would.
Two words, lingering. They should make me ecstatic, but instead leave me feeling overwhelmed and wary. My dad hands me the keys to my new mode of transportation: a gorgeous, sleek, smooth Hyundai elantra. I know I should be jumping for joy, but all of a sudden, the responsibility of life is real, and my father thinks I am ready for it.
How Does It Feel?
Excited AND scared. People keep asking me “so, how does it feel?!” And, I don’t really know. I feel strange. Excited for new beginnings, yet sad about the closure with the wonderful life and friends I had at Purdue. I already had a nightmare that I forgot to study for an exam… glad THAT’S over!! If you ask me how I feel, don’t expect a straight answer, I could start crying (happens every time when I listen to Tay Swift’s “Never Grow Up”) or I could smile with excitement. I feel both.
Y’all, I am headin’ to Texas! I am going to the combined Masters and Dietetic Internship program at Texas A&M University. It will be another rigorous adventure! I hope to pass the RD exam, go to Dr. T Colin Campbell’s Plant Based Nutrition Course, maybe even get to see California and go to Living Light Culinary School, who knows! I hope to get a camera and get more recipes up with videos too! Let me know what you think you see me doing in the future- I have no idea really, as long as I don’t have to take life TOO seriously ;-). Teaching yoga and food-demoing? Of course! I’d love to be able to help as many people as I can. ❤
Thank you all for the support. Do keep in touch!