I feel like this semester is sucking my soul dry. I took on more than I can handle and am desperate for it to all be over with. Sadly, I won't get much of a spring break, because I'll be busy with my internship. I can't just tell them I'm not available, because it'll be ending shortly after that so I need the hours for my credits. Just a few more months, and all of this will be worth it when I can walk across that stage and pick up my diploma.
Took this from here.
1. What is or was your relationship with your parents like?
I really disliked my parents as a kid. It seemed like I was always getting yelled at for something or another, and felt like my parents were always annoyed at anything I did. I didn't really have a very good relationship with them until I became an adult. Once I graduated from high school, I moved out for awhile and then moved back home. I know my dad was not happy about that, and he often expressed that.
My dad had a heart attack, and that changed things a bit. Eventually I moved out, and things got better with both parents. I actually do feel like my parents love me now.
2. Is the glass half-full or half-empty?
I'm very negative by nature, so I have to really force myself to see things half-full. I've gotten better as I've gotten older, but I still feel myself falling back on bad habits when things are bad.
3. Can anything be funny, or are some things off limits?
I feel like MOST things can be funny, but not everything.
4. Show and tell. What comes to mind first when you see this picture? Or tell a story if it reminds you of one.
Overall, it's been a pretty mild winter here. We only really had one bad snow day, and it was a doozy! We've been experiencing spring-like temperatures here lately. And then this morning we woke up to a smattering of snow. It melted pretty quickly, but it's still really chilly. I'm looking at the glass half-full (see what I did there?), and am just extremely grateful that it hasn't been worse.