Rise Above Years have since come and gone When I childishly looked at the world - Then, age and realism dawned Causing my foolish heart to unfurl. A thirst to want to love and be loved, Was seemingly quenched And old ideas were proved wrong Lies poured and left me drenched. It would seem my… Continue reading Rise Above
Much dread in this world, How will I ever progress? Fearless, I will win. © Susan Reed With so many things that can have the potential to hold us back from moving forward to where we want to be, we have to keep moving forward and become fearless. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoLR2-Ao91c Much love to you all and I… Continue reading Fearless
On Top | Weekly Photo Challenge
So small, so tiny. The little creature struggling with all its might to make that climb. Miniature legs moving. Not sure why he started but only he must finish. The complete rub of it all, is it not? Finish.... What you start. Eventually, you'll make it to the top. In response to… Continue reading On Top | Weekly Photo Challenge
The past week has been completely about change. I began work at a place called Shop NBC this past Monday in which for the next month or so I will be training to know how to properly do my job as a Customer Service Agent. Shop NBC is basically a home shopping network and… Continue reading Changes
“As for the future, your…
"As for the future, your task is not to foresee it, but to enable it." Saint-Exupery
I am at the point in my life where I have to wonder if there isn't more out there than what I'm doing. At one point, I thought the sought after thing to do was gain full time employment. The truth is this: I am fortunate and blessed to have a full time job but I'm finding in the corporate world that sometimes that means you have to be a sell-out. Corporate America and the consumer age.
When I was younger, what I really wanted to be was someone who worked around history. That has a wide range of possibilities: Archaeology, Museum, Teacher, etc and so forth. Those undying interests have nothing to do with working retail. After thirteen years, I am ready to find something better. I am not quite sure what that is, but I am looking and doing a LOT of soul searching.
I am not meaning to come across as complaining but just saying: I don't know what the future holds for me. Its going to be one heck of a surprise to me. However, I know that wherever this road leads me is what I will have to deal with along with whatever failures or success occur from it.
Its going to be an interesting journey......