Life moves fast

It’s been a busy week around here! We hit a drive-in movie theater for a dusk-to-dawn marathon (which required a full day of recovery afterwards), kiddos headed back to school and with that we threw two back-to-school/meet the teacher nights onto our to-do, started training for a new project assignment, turned out my final paper for an art appreciation class (that drove me insane because it’s not really my thing, but pulled out a 97 as my final grade – yay!), failed a post office exam in my continuing quest to find a “regular” job, and wrapped the week up with a very wet, rainy reunion type picnic with DW’s family.

I’m so tired! I have one more art class I need to take but decided to break it up by sticking a math in next. So close to being done. After almost 20 years of taking courses on and off, I am seriously only 4 away from finally getting that degree. It may have taken me practically forever, but hey, I’m doing it and that’s what really matters.

This week’s agenda involves some cleaning, furniture re-arranging and re-charging myself. Of course, I’m sure there are other things but I have no interest whatsoever in peeking at the calendar today… It’s my day off and I’d like to try to relax a bit!

M.A.Young

M.A.Young is driven by her love of words, passionate pursuit of knowledge, and desire for a more inclusive and accepting world. A survivor of childhood sexual abuse, she struggles daily with mental health issues including generalized and social anxiety, C-PTSD, depression, and self-worth.

She is the sole contributer to and founder of AnnotherVoice, a relatively unfocused blog originally created as a sounding board for the myriad of thoughts running through her mind. Her writing runs the gamut from fiction and poetry to current events and politics. She strongly encourages everyone to pay attention to the world around them and to vote!

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