Writer's Block

I was told by my coworkers that I needed to update my blog...unfortunately I don't have any clue what to write about. This one said to write about writer's block. This one said to write about her. I think I'll just make a hodgepodge of blogs and sum up the past 3 weeks.

I officially finished my internship and have been awarded my degree. Now I only have to wait about 2-3 more months to get it in the mail.

Jonathan has moved in with me and my family, bless his soul, and we couldn't be happier (especially my dad).

Cooper is doing well and has a home to call his own. Hopefully he'll learn to share it with Jonathan's chocolate lab, Sallie Mae.

Wedding planning is coming along, slowly but surely. I have an appointment tomorrow with a lady who does custom wedding gowns. I'm super excited to think I could have a one-of-a-kind dress. I really like these dresses...
I have decided on the color palette for the wedding - purple and green. But think more along the lines of plum and chartreuse. I'll have to arrange a visual collage to post for eveyone to see.
I really need to get on the handmade/craft bandwagon. Everyday I come up with something else I want to create, but everyday seems to get shorter and shorter. I'm only 22. Why do I feel as though I'm 50?? No, I don't really feel like I'm 50, but time definitely goes by faster when you work full-time.

I've also been wanting to cook and bake. Especially those black bottom cupcakes! Ha ha! But, mom has been out of town for a total of 3 weeks now, out of no more than a month, and she does all the grocery shopping. I refuse to do it and pay for it until I absolutely have to.

Hmm...what else is going on in my eventful life right now? I could delight you with a self-portrait I did in watercolor spring semester. Yes, it's been finished for a good 5 months and I'm just now sharing it with the world. I was going for a Janis Joplin look, but when my mother saw the photograph it was made from she said with such excitement, "You look like John Lennon!!" Thanks, Mom. Really?...I look like a man? Either way I think it turned out great and was much pleased with myself. I think my professor, Brent Funderburk, was just as proud :)

Hopefully it won't be so long till my next post! Until then..

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