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another new year

Monday, March 04, 2013

yikes i havent blogged in awhile...gotta catch up by first talking about my hopes and wishes for the new year even though its already March emoticon

i gotta say i actually do feel hopeful for this year. its been a long long time since i felt hope and it feels pretty good. nothing has changed dramatically yet but i know its coming. i know this is the year i get out of my rut and feel happier. i will finally be moving out of this damn apartment and city at the end of may and i cannot wait!! i have lived here, in my rut, for 6 years now and its time for a change. im very excited and ready to go! i dont know exactly where ill end up but im saving money and will head east, closer to my family and friends. i wish i cud get a house but i still have this very low paying courier job so a house is still out of reach but as long as i leave Lewisville ill be happy!
after i get moved its back to the job search and i am bound and determined and will not stop until i have a real job again! a nice hourly or salary STEADY check and insurance and its gonna be a whole new life for me and my kitty Madi. again, its been a long time coming and we are due for some happiness and good luck. i feel it coming and im excited and hopeful and thankful.

im going to leave it at that for now. other things are going on in my head tonite but they arent quite as uplifting or positive so...lets just let this blog post be completely positive and ill worry about everything else another day. overall life is good and moving in the right direction and things will work out...i have faith. emoticon
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  • BPCW43
    good luck with all your plans and keep us posted....... emoticon
    1870 days ago
  • LWLAR7
    Never to late too start
    1876 days ago
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    welcome back
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