Anyone who knows me knows that my heart is in the Magic Kingdom! I love everything Disney and someday I plan to go there. I want to experience everything there before I have kids and then someday take my children there as well. I have visited Disney World in California but that isn’t the Magic Kingdom to satisfy my desires! I want to see Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Cinderella’s Castel! So if I could go anywhere in the world, it would be Disneyland where dreams come true!
Where I want to live is an interesting question. I don’t have an end place like some people, frankly, I don’t have somewhere I want to end up.. I just want to have a house that is all mine and I can make it the home I’ve always dreamed of.
***Don’t forget to check out Bubbly Bubbie Blog tomorrow for Day 14: What is your earliest memory?***
I have written about this before, but if I could have any job in the world, it would be the one I’m currently working towards. I can not wait to be a teacher someday. This semester has shown me how hard it really is to be a teacher now in 2016. If I only had to do what was required 20 years ago I wouldn’t be stressing this much. I know I am going to be a great teacher someday, I have had many veteran teachers praise me for that multiple times, so I’m not afraid of getting there. It’s the getting to that point that is really killing me. I have always struggled with procrastination and preparedness, and nearing the end of my education that is really kicking my butt. I am not the best at comprehension and I never have been all through grade school. These faults don’t mean I will be a bad teacher, they just mean it will be a little more difficult for me. In no way does that mean it isn’t what I still want. Years of playing school, writing papers just so I could pretend grade them, changing my mind on my concentration many times , have taught me that I should be a teacher! I will get there in due time, so what if it’s going to take me five years of college, so what if there aren’t any jobs around when I graduate… I will teach and help young minds grow someday!
***Don’t forget to check out Bubbly Bubbie Blog tomorrow for Day 10: What is your guilty pleasure***
As a kid, I didn’t have any siblings until I was 5. One toy I loved was Barbies. I had cars, and houses and dozens of dolls with kids and boyfriends and lots and lots of clothes to put on them. I’m sure my mom loved dressing Barbies in tons of outfits for me every few minutes. One toy I always remember was called a Big Soft Kelly
One toy I always remember was called a Big Soft Kelly. One Christmas that was all I wanted and my family played a trick on me and made me think I didn’t get it, but they were just hiding it till the end. I played with that doll so much that a few years later they got me a second one.
After that, I found out build a bear and I was in love. I can’t even remember how many times I’ve made bears there. My Aunt used to take me there on my birthday and I made one for like three years in a row with her. To this day I still sleep with one but this one my boyfriend made me back in high school. When I was a kid though I carried my bear around in a harness like a baby and I’m pretty sure I carried a baby bag full of the bear stuff. My First bear was named Tabby and I do still have her, but by now she has lost all of her accessories.
And the last thing I can remember was wearing dress up clothes. I LOVED TO DRESS UP! my cousins and I would, my sisters would with me, and even at my dad’s when I was alone I would play dress up. I used Dress up clothes, as well as old clothes that we found in my Geegum’s basement.
***Don’t forget to check out Bubbly Bubbie Blog tomorrow for Day 8: Discuss a moment when you felt most satisfied with your life***
Being Late: I can not stand being late to anything, I will leave my house ridiculously early most days just to ensure that I won’t be late. That works the other way too, I hate when I have to wait on someone. If they tell me to meet them somewhere at a certain time then I expect them to be there… I don’t wanna sit and wait 15-20 minutes for them to show up when they made the plans.
Being told about a surprise: I am extremely guilty of doing this but it also drives me crazy. I don’t mean someone spoiling a surprise, I mean when someone says “I got you something” or “I have a surprise for you”. Like I said I do this all the time to my boyfriend, but I absolutely hate when he or anyone else does it to me.
People that chew loudly: It just makes my skin crawl when you can hear every single bite of a persons’ food… slurping soup also falls into this category
When people ask how you are but keep walking past you: this happened much more in high school than it does now but there was always that person that would try to converse with you in the hall but keep walking so I was never sure if I should answer or not if they kept walking.. like if you really wanted to know how I was wouldn’t you had stopped to talk to me?
People who complain but don’t take action to fix what bothers them: in my home others often complain something is a mess or something wasn’t done, but you never see them actively doing it. They just expect it to be done for them and when it’s not they get upset!
***Don’t forget to check out Bubbly Bubbie Blog tomorrow for Day 4: Discuss your views on religion***
Well, I don’t really know that there is to discuss haha. I met Joel in 10th grade in math class and the rest is history..But for real. In 10th grade, we met through a mutual friend and we became really great friends ourselves. We were texting and sitting with each other in other classes besides math. Throughout this time, I was dating another boy but was ultimately crushing on Joel. Over the next year, our relationship was filled with innocent texting conversations, tweeting back and forth to each other, and meeting up between classes just to talk for a few moments. I went through a break up with that boy I was dating but did not tell Joel because he had already let it slip that he thought he might love me, and I was in no place to jump right back into a relationship. For a few months, we just hung out and talked until I was finally ready to have a new boyfriend.. and here we are almost 5 years later. Now we spend a lot of time apart because of me being at school three hours away, but every day he makes me feel just as loved as if I were there. At this point, we’ve had many ups and downs, good days and some of the worst, and everyone’s favorite questions is “when are you two getting married?”. Joel is my best friend and I don’t need to be married to him to love him or for him to know how much he means to me. Someday when we have the money and time to be married we will be, but for now, I’m perfectly content just dreaming of being Mrs. Joel Anthony Brozovic someday as I fill up my many wedding Pinterest boards with impossible wedding plans.
(Pictured is us a month or two into dating back in the spring or 2012 next to us just last week celebrating our 5th thanksgiving together.. not much has changed except camera quality and we look a heck of a lot less awkward next to eachother)
***Don’t forget to check out Bubbly Bubbie Blog tomorrow for Day 2: Where would you like to be in 10 years?
Long time no see! In order to get back into the swing of writing my sister who has her own blog and I are going to collaborate on a 30 day writing prompt challenge. So every other for the next 30 day there will be a post from me to try and bring writing back into my life. Until tomorrow feel free to check out my sister at Bubbly Bubbie Blog. She’s been pretty active on her blog and recently and writing some really heartfelt things. See you all tomorrow!
This is it, I should be so excited to finally be a senior. In high school being a senior is such a big deal. You’re the top dog in the school… but that’s not how it feels in college. Especially since at the end of this senior year, I won’t be done with school. Knowing that I’ll have another year after this kinda puts a damper on that high school senior feeling you would think a college senior would also have. Another thing is in college you’re never the oldest. There is ALWAYS someone around who is still older than you, unlike in high school when you’re all about the same age and been on this journey together since day one. So yes starting my first senior year at LHU is exciting, but it also doesn’t feel like I should be here yet. The four years of high school took what seemed like forever, but college is nearing an end with some of my good friends and it feels like just yesterday I met them. In this first week I am filled with mixed emotions about being a technical senior, and maybe next year it’ll feel more real, more like I’m only a few short years to adulthood, hopefully landing my dream job (more on that to come possibly), marrying the guy of my dreams and starting a family….. but it’s scary to think that I’m closer to all that than I am to my high school prom. So here’s to the start of “senior year” part one and all of the craziness that comes along with it.
(The Picture is my favorite prom picture of Joel and I)
Yes, I did all of those things and I have tons of stories to tell. In the last two months, I turned 21, got a new baby sister, completed 2 summer classes, got my driving permit, and much much more! But through all that, I didn’t forget about my blog I promise! I was super overwhelmed and busy but… IM BACK and there is a few more weeks till school starts so I can get back to writing and sharing with all of you. I know I’ve had a few people ask why I stopped writing, but no need to worry I didn’t give up, I just took a short leave of absence. So see you all tomorrow!