Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Life can go ahead and slow on down any moment now. I would greatly appreciate it. I logged on to write my new blog post and my jaw dropped when I realized two weeks have absolutely zoomed by. Gone. Just like that. How do you make time slow down? I would really like to know. Just the other day someone at worked asked me when Evan got back from deployment, and I answered "Oh, he just got back in April...well actually...I guess that was 9 months ago." Really I'm just sitting trying to figure out where my entire year went, literately.

This is about how my year went in a blur:

I graduated from Asbury
Scout found me
New Years
Potty Training a puppy
Counting down the days until Evan got home
Collecting furniture for our home
Trip to Kentucky for Katie's bridal shower
Getting Evan home
Uncle Don's funeral
Moving to Tennessee
Job search
Trip home to Pennsylvania
Starting my job
Taylor Swift Concert
New Job
Working both jobs until Christmas; trying not to die
Sitting on the couch at 2a.m. writing this listening to Scout snore

All of that stuff feels like it's been compacted into just a few months, when in reality it's been an entire year. At this rate an entire year will feel like 5 minutes when I'm 90. Lately I feel like I have a never-ending list of things to do that will never get done. Goodness gracious I haven't even put up my Christmas tree yet and it's less than 2 weeks until Christmas! I need a new game plan to slow down time, my list of potental ideas are:
- Staring at a clock all day (it worked in high school and college)
- Taking up a tedious, unfavorable hobby
Yep. That's all I got.

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