Went to my interview this morning, and it went well. I won't know officially how it all went until they contact me in a week. Whether I end up staying with this job or not, it will still be a great thing to have on my resume, fo shizzle.
What can we say about life? Especially life after college? It's a bit weird navigating myself around. There's all these choices, and all this empty space around. I'm used to the pre-etched out path (a.k.a. school). Now it seems I'm lost in the woods. But it's a good kind of lost. You know, the kind of lost where you learn more about your strengths and survival techniques.
The key to life is THINKING POSITIVE. I am my worst critic, and when my own thoughts start to bring me down (I am human, afterall) I snap myself out of it. It is a daily process, thinking positive. But trusting in da gooooood Lord above and living my life to the best of my abilities is all I can do. It's all any of us can really do.
I do not have plans to be a big executive, or own plots of land or have 20 minions (er, employees) under me. I only can make plans to be a good person.
Anyway, I bought The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch yesterday. It's turning out to be a fast read. I mentioned this professor in a post awhile back because I had seen a news report on him. So I HAD to buy the book. And it all relates back to my goal of remaining positive. I'll tell you what I think when I finish it.
♫ Listening to "I'm Like a Bird" by Nelly Furtado, cause that's my mood right now.♫