So, it’s been a while (again). Thank you for standing by while I sort this thing out. This time, though, I have a slightly better excuse: I moved. (Disregard the fact that I moved two months ago. When I first drafted this post, it was more like three weeks, which is a marginally better excuse).
I realized this weekend that it had been two weeks since my last blog post, which meant it was time to post something again if I wanted to stick to my loosely defined “schedule.” But I was working Saturday, and had already mentally committed to sticking myself in the sand on the beach for at least four hours on Sunday. So, I took a notebook and came up with this: my first not-serious, just-for-fun, a little silly list-article. I got to go to the beach, had fun writing this, and will actually have something relatively on time. The only downside is that I got sand all over my work notebook, which, oh well.
So. Here’s “10 Things I Thought Maybe I Would Do This Summer But Definitely Haven’t (In No Particular Order)”
As a recent graduate, I’m at a crossroad. This is fairly obvious, so I don’t mean to sound too repetitive. But in this instance, it’s important. Recently, every choice I make, and every plan I work on, seems to be working towards what it can bring me in the future.
I think it may have started when I was working my first office job. On an unseasonably warm day in February (and I mean 70 degrees “unseasonably warm,” not 40) my boss told me to take an extra long lunch.
. . . and also apologize for a month of silence.
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I feel like a few updates are in order.
Daughter Considers the Bribe.
Hi. I’m Julia. I’m 21, and for now, everyone reading this definitely knows that. But maybe someday this blog will get high enough readership that everyone won’t know that, and I’d hate to leave people in the dark. Anyway. I’m 21, a recent college grad, and about to start my first summer working 9:00-5:00 (almost) full time. But we’ll get to that later.