Yeah, I haven’t blogged in awhile and I’m sorry. It’s not that life is busy(one of my class is ending soon, next week in fact)but rather I haven’t had much to blog about. I like having something to blog about and my mind has been blank and filled with homework and tests…
It is officially October and the weather hasn’t really changed in Texas. It’s merely a little colder (but thank goodness not hitting 100 degrees anymore) but the leaves haven’t started falling yet. Boo. I love that part of fall plus the cooler weather before winter strikes.
I don’t know how winter will be this year, it could be bad or not, it always seems to switch out.
Not only is Halloween is approaching but so is November and I did mention that I have a concert that I’m attending with my husband. The Vienna Teng Concert in Dallas which has me excited and happy. I’m one of her biggest fan (I own all her albums except her newest one) and I couldn’t be happier with every one of them. I implore you to look her up and not enjoy her music. It’s magical and beautiful in every way.
And concerning wanting kids and education, I realize that education is more important and even though, I hate admitting it but it’s true. It’s not an easy decision but it is the right decision. Sometimes the right decisions are never the easy ones and the ones we need to hear. I’m just filled with fears but I guess I’ll try to get through school fast.
With Halloween fast approaching, I finally got around to taking pictures of all the decorations (so far) and it’s marvelous. So here you guys go!
Yeah, just a short entry for the moment, but it is what it is.
Busy, busy, and busy as usual but I’m getting in the rhythm of things, sleeping schedule and school itself. It usually doesn’t take me too long to get into things but I’m doing well in all my classes and I have some idea on what classes I want to take next semester.
History, English, and Math. Just three so I don’t overwhelm myself, you know? I’m slowly increasing my workload by each semester but I’m just hoping that getting my books for next semester won’t be a pain like it was for this one. I can only hope, you know?