Blogging can be hard. Life gets busy, the words don't come, I wonder if my life is too boring to blog about, I watch TV instead, and then I don't write anything. The easy fix would be to stop blogging, but I can't! Has the medical industry given a name to a blogging addiction yet? I think I know a lot of people who suffer from it.
Life may be busy with work and school, but when Jenni posed the challenge to blog every day in May, I figured I'd give it a shot. I may not follow all of the prompts, but I will try to give this blog some extra love this month.
Today's challenge is to tell the story of my life in 250 words.
I was born on September 28, 1984, in San Diego, California. I am the middle child of three to two amazing people I call Mom and Dad. I grew up trying everything from softball to dance to swimming to singing to volleyball, and ultimately, I fell in love with musical theatre. My life revolved around singing, dancing, and shows until I moved to NYC at 21 for an AmeriCorps program. If I am asked to sing something on the spot, nine times out of ten I sing “Orange Colored Sky.” I’ve wanted to be many things: musical theatre actress, city planner, non-profit director, event planner, nursing home administrator. I wish I could do all of them. Now I live in Houston, Texas, with my husband and our cats, Amelie and Boone. We dream of living on 40 acres with farm animals and a huge garden to feed our vegetarian souls. We are vegetarian for environmental, health, and animal rights reasons. I manage a medical office and am in school for an MBA in Healthcare Management. I aim to be fiercely loyal to my family and friends. They have guided me through some really tough stuff including the unexpected death of my high school boyfriend. I surround myself with truly good people and work to be worthy of those relationships. I haven’t been officially diagnosed, but I’m 100% sure that I’m suffering from baby fever. The story of my life is to be continued. I have really loved it so far!