End of summer reflection

I found this reflection survey from a coworker, and I thought it was actually pretty cool. Remember facebook notes and how we would do random surveys? This is kinda like that!!! I know it’s kind of corny… but I think it’s pretty important to reflect on moments, time periods, events that happen in your life.

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A week at home 

I was going to share some posts this past week while I was at home, but I was honestly just having too much fun and being busy seeing my friends and family to post anything. And I’m ok with that.

For now, I want to share my time at home. I was only home for about 9 days, but I got to see just about everyone I love and do a lot of very fun things. My first thought was a longer post, writing more about my feelings and what not – but I’ll save that for later. Here are my photos.

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Said her name was Georgia Rose

This morning I spent time watching Harry Styles on SNL/reading his Rolling Stones article, which led me to feel nostalgic and watch a bunch of One Direction interviews and funny clips, and then I ended just listening to all their albums all afternoon and night. Basically I spent the day with One Direction. Honestly I wish I could explain the effect they have on my heart… BUT I CAN’T! It’s just too special. It seems trivial and teen-y and juvenile, but the amount I care about that is very much nothing at all.

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Mushy Galentine’s Day post

This is hard to admit but…. I love my friends.

I’m not a sappy, talk-about-how-much-i-love-you, huggy, overly emotional type of lady. Which kinda stinks, because I’m afraid it comes off as me not liking people as much as I do. But I really really really love my friends, specifically (for today) my gal friends. I swear to God, there are some people that I think about and my heart swells. I honestly feel my heart in my chest swelling. Hopefully not a medical issue?

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A Coloradan Thanksgiving

Seeing as this was my first Thanksgiving away from home (ever!??!?), I thought I would share how we participated in the festivities this year. A trip to Utah was in the plans and was helping me avoid thinking about being sad and missing home and my family. After that was canceled, I started to feel some very real feelings of FOMO. But we decided to make the best of the long weekend, and I think we were successful!!!!

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