Of all the goals that I set in October 2017, the one to "Put an end to any grudges" has intimated me the most. This is because I tend to cling to grudges with the vice-like grip of a toddler clutching their favorite toy. Knowing this as I planned the upcoming year's goals, I decided to attempt to abolish this practice.
Not many people work in a job like mine where they are encouraged to explore unrelated involvement opportunities during times that would typically be reserved for their full-time job. I was recently reminded of this when I worked with the Wave Program.
Yep, I just used a sports term. It was essentially clickbait to lure people who know how athletically-challenged I am to this post. So now that it has served it's purpose (hello, non-habitual, curious readers!), I will begin an utterly non-athletic post.
Last Sunday I got a call that I never wanted. I was in Indianapolis for a winter retreat with students who volunteer for my office when I received news that I was not expecting. I first got a text telling me that my Grandma was not doing well and then a follow-up call to inform me of how pressing the situation truly was.
Today I am going to teach you a valuable lesson: how to avoid becoming estranged from your grandmother when you turn down her homemade Christmas cookies. You may be asking, "Why do I need to know this?" Well, let me explain.
In the words of Sia, "I'm aliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiivvvvvveeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!" I know that I've been M.I.A. for quite some time, but I've committed to getting back into blogging. To show how committed I've become, I'm planning on publishing a few posts within a few days. Yes, you heard me right; I will be posting more than once per …