Life is what we make it.

I changed the little tagline for my blog, the one that you can see up there by the title.

I’ve decided this is my new slogan. We all need slogans, right?

I love this phrase because, well, I love to make things. Anything — dinner, a pillowcase, a pair of earrings, a photo. And plans — that’s a big one; I love making plans.

Well, plans change. They changed two years ago when I decided to pursue library science instead of a career in psychology. They changed a year ago in that we decided to stay here, close to home, rather than relocate. I’m finally ready to admit that yes — they are going to change again.

None of these changes have been negative — in fact, I’d say that they’ve all been very positive. But I had plans, darnit! And those plans had to change! I don’t always do well with changing my plans.

But I am still the maker of my own life, regardless of which plans are followed through and which plans fall through. And you know I love to make things. And I am going to make great things in life. And I am going to make this life great.

Stay tuned!

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3 responses to “Life is what we make it.

  1. You already have made this life great, and you will continue to do so, I have no doubts about that. I am so proud of who you have become, and who you will always be. Love you!

    • Aw, thanks, Mom. I know that it’s written in your contract to say things like this, but I appreciate it all the same. šŸ™‚

  2. I love your slogan and I think that everyone should have one of their own. I’m glad to see that you have been able to look at your changed plans in a positive light and I can’t wait to see what awesome things you’ll do next! šŸ™‚

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