Don't you just love it when life is going so great and then all of a sudden you have to make a million decisions, all at the same time?
Yeah, that's me right now.
Graduating opens the door for many opportunities, which I thought would be great, but it's getting a little freaky!
I have a few ideas on to make these decisions (which may or may not include lots of prayer and pro/con lists).
How else do you make decisions?
Monday, December 12, 2011
I am officially a college graduate.
You can send your congratulation cards and checks to my home address.
Everyone keeps asking me "what are you going to do now?" I always thought I'd have an easy answer.
Turns out...I don't.
It's a strange feeling, not knowing. Where I really want to be is in a classroom, molding the young minds of our future.
The problem is, I graduated mid-school year. Definitely not peak time for hiring teachers.
So I just keep putting in resume after resume, filling out application after application, hoping it will eventually pay off.
If you are wondering, though, in the meantime I will most likely substitute teach (so if you are or know anyone that teaches in Utah, call me to sub!).
And I also just got a part-time tutoring job.
While I may not have my dream job yet,
I think things are going pretty well.
P.S. Also if you are wondering "ummmm, why doesn't she have any pictures of herself graduating?" Wonder no more! BYU doesn't do ceremonies in December, so I will walk in April! Expect pictures then! But until then, just pretend this is me:
You're never too old for Hogwarts.
images via BYU photos and weheartit.com