After receiving many concerns on the apparent “dash-scar” on my forehead, I have to be more frank with you guys. That story was an allegory to get across a deeper message – as you know if you continue on reading, I am wrestling with a question of what I am going to do in my life; A question my pastor at church challenged the congregation to ponder on. So to settle and put at ease those who are still confused and worried — I did not get hit by a brick, I do no have 12 stitches on my head, and I am perfectly fine (physically). I appreciate all the comments and I’m sorry for giving anyone a difficult time.
The past couple of days I have been quite lethargic. I enjoy doing nothing; I believe it’s okay to be bored (occasionally). Sometimes it allows us to realize something we didn’t realize (almost like getting hit by a brick! Hah, I kid). Being on break has been divine. I have simply enjoyed my daily routine of eating, drinking, chatting, hanging, and sleeping. I am not looking forward to taking exams when I get back, however I am excited to hear everyone’s exhilarating Christmas and New Year’s experiences. I’m sure it’s more intriguing than me spending Christmas at a spa with other lovely naked ladies, scandalous, I know. Nah, it’s good to settle down and invest time with family.
Today is my mother’s birthday. Do I dare share how old she is now? Hah. Regardless, I love her. She has been good to me. No grand gesture is needed, I’ll just say Happy Birthday.
Also, I’d like to give a word out to Corrie. I have been spending a lot of time with her. She is awesome. In fact I don’t think awesome is the right adjective to describe how good she has been to me. =) Stay cool Corrie.
Until next time, take care everyone.
Jo’s anonymous friend.