When you think about Florida, what do you think about? I think about beaches, hot air, and alligators. I feel like most people probably think of the same things, right? Well, when I first moved to Florida, I had two ‘bucket list’ items in mind. I wanted to see the dorsel fin of a shark swimming through the water and I wanted to see an alligator out in the wild. Finally, after two years, I’ve managed to chalk off one of those!
I have never been the type of person to really do New Year’s resolutions. I feel like they always end up being these huge promises you make to yourself that you break in less than a week. Everyone is always starting a diet come January 2nd, because you can’t start it on the 1st when you’re busy eating all the crap you bought for the party the night before. I know that I’ve been that person at least once but this year I thought that I’d try something a little different. Instead of making empty promises, I have set myself ten goals. Continue reading
Clearly, I am a terrible blogger. I was always really bad at keeping up with my own personal journal, too. Diaries, seriously, what’s the point? All you do is sit and ramble a bunch of useless personal thoughts that nobody else is ever going to read. But this? Other people are going to see it. Maybe even comment on it. It’s going to be out there for the entire world to see, which is pretty terrifying if you think about it. Especially for an introvert. So maybe that’s why I haven’t really bothered sharing much since I moved to Florida, or much at all before that. Though, I feel like I said more here than I’ve ever really said to anyone I know in person. So that’s saying something, I guess. Continue reading
After the crazy trip to get here and more weeks than I prefer to count of nothing going right, things are FINALLY beginning to look up. Continue reading
This has been the worst new adventure of my life so far. I honestly feel like I’ve made a terrible mistake and I haven’t even been here a week yet. Continue reading