This month we are talking about what we are currently... //thinking about //loving //reading //planning //baking //thankful for
//thinking about ... what I want to do with my life. I'm 30. Haven't started my career yet. And a this point I don't even know what I really want to do. Am I happy I went to law school... absolutely! Do I know if I want to practice law at this point in my life... not so sure anymore. I have been toying with the idea of going back to school for my Master's in Higher Education Administration so that I can work for a University. I have been toying with the idea of doing something sales related. I have been toying with the idea of restaurant management. There is just so much going on in my head and I don't know where to begin. What I do know is I have student loans from law school to pay back, Mark and I would like to buy a house in the near future, and we would like to eventually start a family... and all that means that I need to figure out what I want to do sometime in the near future.
//loving... that I got to spend a fun Monday night at home with Mark last night! I can't remember the last time that the two of us had a night that was just us hanging out and being just us. Last night we cooked dinner together, split a few bottles of wine and caught up on some of our DVR'd TV shows. It was seriously the most perfect Monday night and I wish we had more time to have nights like that where it is just the two of us getting to spend time together.
// reading ... Little Women as part of the Blogger 2 Blogger Book club... this was of course last month's book and I haven't even started this month's book because I refuse to give up on Little Women. I am one of those people that no matter how much I have trouble getting into a book I ALWAYS finish it and Little Women will be no exception to that!
//planning ... our 2015 Super Bowl Party! Every year Mark and I host a Super Bowl Party where we have some of our favorite people over and this year will be no exception!
// baking ... The last thing I baked was a collaboration with my mom and it was my dad's 60th birthday cake. Mom made the cake, I made the icing, and then all three kids (Mark, my little brother and I) attempted to get the cake out of the pans so I could ice it. Let's just say that Mother Sandford's cake ended up being a disaster yet again... none of us can make it like my Gram does, but it doesn't stop us from trying!
// thankful for ... all of the amazing people in my life. I know that no matter what life throws at me I have an amazing support system of friends, family and co-workers in my life.
What is currently going on in your life?