I guess it’s totally objective as to what clever is.
They say time flies when you’re having fun.
I’ll second that.
I will also add that time flies when you had no clue what hell you are going to do with the rest of your life.
I’m graduating in less than four weeks. It’s hard to believe that I’ve been in college for almost four and a half years. They have, however, been the best years of my life. I’ve met some amazing people and had some great times.
I’ve been finishing up my internship at The Magazine in The Big City, and it’s been awesome. I’ve loved working here and learning about the magazine industry while working for the largest magazine publisher in the United States.
Which is why this next piece of news is so great: Last week, one of my supervisors informed me that they would like for me to stay on here for another six months as a freelance copy editor.
While the pay won’t change, I won’t be considered an intern and I will have a more regular schedule. Also, I have some security as far as a job for the next several months while I’m applying for more permanent positions and gaining more valuable experience.
In recent news, I just got back from New Orleans. I want to spend some time trying to write a more detailed blog about my experiences there, but for now I’ll just tell you that it was life changing. I had a great time meeting some very interesting stories, and more than once I was moved to tears. There is still so much devastation in that area, and it’s been over two years. It breaks my heart. Here are just two pictures of the areas we visited:
What else, what else…
This week is Thanksgiving, which means turkey and dressing – delightful. However, it also means spending time with my family.
Not so delightful.
Ah, just kidding. Somewhat. I love my mom and dad and the like, but sometimes I can’t wait to get back my current home so I can go back to “missing” them.
Hope everyone is doing well.