It’s been a whirlwind of a semester. But it’s over. It’s all finally over. And I mean ALL over. I’m graduated. I’m done with school. And I’m still trying to wrap my head around that.
I’ve been on this earth for a good 21 years and, for basically that whole time, I’ve been in school. Now it’s out to the real world; it’s time to find a job.
So I’m working on that, but who’s to say I can’t have fun in the process?
After life decided to throw me a curveball I made a somewhat impromptu decision to take some time to collect my thoughts, to find myself, and to see what a little bit more of the world has to offer. So I’ll be traveling around Europe for a month. And, who knows, maybe I’ll end up staying there.
It’s weird. I’m not tied down to anything anymore. No school. No job. No responsibilities back home. I’ll be going to Amsterdam, Berlin, Budapest, Cologne, and Vienna, and I couldn’t be happier.
And, while I’m using this time to collect my thoughts, I also want to use it to make an impact, and to practice what I love. So, in each of the cities I’ll be visiting, I’m going to be shooting a short film: A Moment in Time.
I also plan to get back into writing, which I’ve neglected for far too long.
I’ve been bogged down lately, but there are great things coming…so stay tuned. Es wird ein Abenteuer sein.
Peace and love,