My apologies for the long delay in an update. I get distracted with life and that sort of thing. ;) Much has happened, but nothing at all, so you really haven't missed anything. "The beat goes on . . . oh the beat goes on."
- I'm in my last semester of college! Yay!
- I'm going to be moving to West Lafayette, IN (yay!) and getting a full-time job that is not at Chick-fil-A (Yikes!).
- I've hopped on board the Jr./Sr. class officer gang as treasurer (fun stuff, my officer buddies have been great).
- I'm also working on my Senior Thesis (dun dun DUN), combinging psychology and business on the subject of women in the workforce and society's effect (more to come on that later, probably).
- I have two wonderful suit mates and a fantastic roommate(thank you for always being a true friend).
- 1st floor Hinely girls have been wonderful this semester, and I'm very thankful for all of them.
- Plans for spring break: going home, and hopping over to Lafayette for job searching (yahoo).
All in all, the last (how long has it been?) four months have been delightful. Stressful, but delightful. I've definately had some "growing pain" moments. But I've also had very special moments that have put an attractive light on it all.
So, once again, I have some deep philosophical/psychological question. What is the meaning of life?
Please put your answer in my box, and I will compile them and give you the results next week.
but really, I'm looking at this from the standpoint of a college senior who has always had one more of school to "look forward" to. That is quickly coming to a close, and I'm afraid I've not found the proper form of motivation in life. So, I'm asking, you more experienced adults especially, what has helped you keep your focus in life? How do you go about each day and it's (in the big picture) many unimportant tasks required of this physical life and all its burdens and feel like you're accomplishing something worthwhile?
These may be the wrong questions to ask, but this is something that I've been struggling with lately. I'm going to be graduating and looking for a full-time job this summer, and I really don't know what I want to do for a living, so I feel that I have no significant immediate goal to work towards. I know this is not the only time in my life that I will face this, so I want to understand better how to view it and handle it.
Wow. This is rather long. I'm sorry! I will have to update more often so as not to bombard you with so much information (though you probably just skimmed it so that you can put some applicable comment, I know, life is busy, believe me, I know ;)
Love to all! Stay strong in the Lord!