So I was thinking about my life today. Being as I am barely two days away from my senior year, I figure it might be time to think about what I want to do with the rest of my life.
First of all, work. Obviously, I want to get into children's theater. I would love to be able to direct. It's really all I do in my spare time anyways.. I go to the theater and I help with various adolescent theater programs. I enjoy it immensely, and I cannot imagine my life without it. So logically, one would assume this would be a good life path for me. However, it could be difficult to make a decent living do this. I don't know much about actually working in such a field, but usually anything in the arts is rather unstable. And since I don't have any official theater degree, it could be even more difficult for me.
So if the theater thing does not work out, I think I'm going to go to pastry school. I love to bake, this is hopefully not news to anyone. And I could easily see myself baking the rest of my life. And getting paid to bake and decorate cakes? That would be amazing. I need training though, if I'm going to do that. So pastry school is my next choice.
Second, living. I am thinking more and more each day about moving to Boston. Both my sisters are in the area, my boy is there, and I love it there. I used to hate all cities, but recently something snapped in me that turned me on to it so much. I want to live in the Boston area so badly I can't even stand it.
Before all this, however, I have a senior year to get through. And I have a feeling it's going to be absolutely amazing. Not only am I living with my awesome ridiculous roomie again, but my class-load is easier, and I'll be seeing my boy all the time!
I still cannot get over how amazing he is. I miss him so much! I don't get to see him again for another 14 days. This weekend I'm moving back to school so we can't visit, and then next weekend he's going to PAX Prime, so he'll be across the country being a completely adorable nerd. Hahaha I wish I was going. I actually am getting a stronger desire to attend a PAX.
But yeah. My boy. He is incredible. I have this instand messenger installed on my computer now so we talk while he's at work. The whole time I sit there laughing and imagining the faces he's making.. the way he would say what he's typing. True, we have not known each other long, but I can hear his voice at certain things he types. He's so... just..... mmmmmm. :)