I am what I say. I'm not what I say. What I say goes.

I am more excited than words can s.a.y. for my April 15th start to summer!

I am so glad to be moving on from this path in life. In the words of Mike Posner, “I’m grateful but not content.” (Yes, I just took it there.)

I am fortunate to have had my exit interview with a woman who is passionate about what she does but more passionate about who she is. Who could put aside the shock of a turned down opportunity to express genuine excitement for my prospects. Who encouraged me with examples from her own life, looked me in the eye, and told me that she always puts her family first – even if it means risking her career. And who encouraged me to do the same.

I am really opposed to feeling locked in. I won’t find myself in a situation I don’t want to be in. Good or bad, my grandpa’s belief that “if someone’s going to be unhappy, it isn’t going to be me!” is looking better every day. So don’t be misled when I waiver with regards to restaurant choices or evening plans. I may not always know what I want, but I know what I don’t want.

I am lucky to have people in my life who are patient with me while I figure things out for myself. Who take my indecision in stride and help me to seize moments. Who put up with rants like the one directly above and always find a way to laugh it off.

I am hard-headed… not… hard-hearted… but…

“Hey Cupid” Mike Posner

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