Monthly Archives: April 2013

Who Am I? And other concerns…

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Hello pepperonis, 

I hope everyone is having a fantastic start to their week. I’ve been on the struggle bus these  two day. I am literally almost falling asleep in class, but someone how through the wonderful use of energy drinks I have made it through. This post will be about the all to often question that I ask myself, who am I?

I typically ask this question to myself when I am showering because it’s the only time where I am disconnected from everything in life. I literally have nothing else to do beside do normal shower stuff and think. This morning as I was getting in the shower it occurred to me that in the past two years since I’ve been out of high school I’ve grown up so much. I have matured, made better decisions, and overall been a better person. However, I feel like something is missing. I don’t know what but lately I have a yearning for something new and challenging. 

I am in the current search for this new life fulfilling adventure that I might embark on and I will keep you guys posted. And of course if you guys have any suggestions I’m all ears.

With much love and affection,

Marisol  

Sick Days and Beyond

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Hello Peeps!

I would like to formally apologize for not posting in ages. I have been super duper sick lately (the stomach flu and regular flu has been going around here at school). So I’ve had to deal with doctors, medications, and throw up bags for the past week and a half. It hasn’t been pleasant but I did learn a couple of things from it. 1. Who you can count on and 2. How to make really, really good chicken noodle soup. 

My parents were gracious enough to make the 6 hour trip up to school to take care of me and bring me medicine which meant the world to me. Also, friends here who were so considerate of what I needed. It really made me place things into perspective and value what I had both health wise and people wise. I’m so blessed to have SO many great people care about me. 

Two, I made delicious chicken noodle soup the entire time. It was awesome. Oh, and Panera has scrumptious bagels that compliment the taste of my soup. 

Well, off I go to finish all the work I missed those days. 

With much love and affection, 
Marisol