"You have to know the past to understand the present."
"Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today."
I have been thinking a lot lately. Since I am in college now I have to begin thinking about my future and honestly it is quite scary. I know what I wan to be when I graduate, but what about all those what ifs? What if I don't make it into the Oklahoma City Training Center? What if I am not happy with what I am doing? What if I don't get a position in Indianapolis? What if, what if, what if. It just gets overwhelming I guess. I know that no matter what everything will be OK. I have faith that it will be OK. I am not much of a worrier, but I know that if I just life my life right now and am content and happy with where I am at then everything will work out for the best!
I enjoy taking pictures and looking through them every once in a while. The main reason why I started this blog was for me. I just wanted to have a journal of some sort with my ideas and pictures throughout life.
I LOVED this day. It was a day my dad and I went to a state park to just go horseback riding in the park. It was gorgeous and really fun!
Enrique. What a WONDERFUL man. It was truly amazing to get to know this guy. I met him in Boquete, Panama over the summer of 2009. He really inspired me to be a better person. He was the most laid back guy I have ever met. I worked with him on building an additional room to a school in the mountains of Boquete. Now keep in mind we (the group I was with) had NO idea what we were doing when we went to help him. We had to mix concrete and flatten a peice of land. He was sooo good at doing all of this. Honestly, he probably could've done all of this without us. He had flattened half of the land while 6 of us couldn't even flatten the other half by ourselves. Whenever we would do something wrong, instead of him freaking out, he would just laugh and watch and find it very amusing.