Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Packing for Canada

Day 1:
1) Spent an hour downloading music from 1995.
2) Counted the amount of carrots I have left in the fridge.
3) Pulled out a suitcase.
4) Stuffed all of my old taekwondo belts into the suitcase.
5) Exchanged some money.
6) Tidied my desk at work.
7) Printed my itinerary.
8) Bought candy and alcohol.
9) Made a little pile of important papers.
10) Confirmed with my Mother that I want Nachos on saturday night.
11) Wrote a blog.

Friday, July 23, 2010

Girl Talk

I have one class of all girls, and they usually want to talk about boys. They tell me all about their school crushes, and their future rock star husbands. Yesterday, I decided to ask them what kind of guys they would actually want to date, and this is what I got:

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

A Month of Good News

I just passed my black belt test in Taekwondo, and I couldn't be prouder of myself than I am today. A lot of this has to do with how difficult the month of June was for me. I was so stressed out with my personal life that I almost convinced myself not to take the test. Tired, sad, and worried, it took everything I had to get up in the morning and go to class. While training, my mind was constantly drifting to my problems at home, and on more than one occasion, I bit my lip to keep myself from crying. It was one of those times in my life that I'm not exactly sure how I persevered, but I did, and it worked! To make this moment even more rewarding, my mother has gone into complete remission. At the time I took this test, we were still waiting for the results, and she had asked me to drop-kick cancer's ass on her behalf. So that's exactly what I tried to do; I punched an invisible disease around a large auditorium while my Mother tackled the real thing at home. Together, my Mom and I fought like ninjas, and together we passed our tests. In receiving my black belt, I feel that I have both fulfilled and old dream and won an epic battle. This belt will forever signify the potential to achieve any goal, the power of endurance, and the courage to get through anything..Even on the other side of the world.