Who We Are |Third Edition|

Unfortunately, I have let my blog┬ádrop to the bottom of the to-do list. I have been attempting to be more consistent with my personal journal writing, but in turn have let my blog fall to the wayside. Here’s to hoping that I can change that this summer.

Since last time, I have graduated with my master’s in Social Work, traveled around Italy, explored parts of New England, and moved back in with my parents. May has been a crazy month full of adventures and lacking in sleep. Things are finally beginning to slow down and life is beginning to catch up with me.

While this month has been wonderful with all of the travels, there have been some hardships strewn into the midst. Choices were made that should not have been and actions were regretted. On the other hand, experiences were had that will forever be cherished and over all life has been good.

Growing up is a process that will never fully be complete. Every time I think that I have made great strides, something happens to remind that I still have so far to go. I have realized how important it is to understand that fact that a year from now, I will not be the same person that I am today. I may not change drastically, but my life circumstances, my maturity, my attitude, and my mind set will all change in some form or another. I am not the same person that I was nine months ago, and in nine months I will have changed some more.

It is refreshing to know that when I mess up now and feel as if I cannot do anything right, it is only temporary. The feeling will fade and the person will change. Even more importantly, as a follower of Christ, as long as I lean on Him, He will constantly be molding me and changing me into a stronger and better person.

So who are we?
We are ever changing beings that are given a set number of years here on earth to change and to be the change.

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