Losing it...jk....I'm SO Not gonna lose it.

WOW. If I knew what it feels like to dive headfirst into a concrete sidewalk from the top of the Empire State Building, I might use that situation as a metaphor for the way I have been feeling the past couple weeks. However, I am 100% confident that I never will experience that particular sensation, so I will refrain from using such a hyperbole.

Perhaps I could say....It's been rough.

I was not able to get into any of the photo classes I needed this semester, so I decided to just take a break, take some electives, get some more foundation classes out of the way, and maybe even work on a few personal projects.


Instead, I have been slaving away over my graphic design class, racing to get through all of the reading and writing for my two COUNT 'EM, 2 online religion classes (New Testment, and The Doctrine and Covenants), and doing physics in my Environmental Stewardship class (WHY???!!!!).  I find myself cloistered in my room for hours working on projects, getting kicked out of the Art computer lab because it's closing (at 11:30 pm), and finding only an hour or so to eat dinner with my boyfriend (sometimes, that's the only time I get to see him. *sniff*). And I guess it doesn't help that I spend basically all day on Wednesdays snowboarding at Grand Targhee (ummmm...it's a class. hee hee). Don't get me wrong! I looooove snowboarding! I'm getting very good too if I say so myself. Well.....I'm connecting my turns, and I think that is a good start.

It's hard to even look cute anymore. There must be something terribly wrong when a woman loses the will to look cute.

ANYWAYS. I guess my aim in this post is to catch up and apologize for the break in posting. I recently put an ad on the school bulletin board in the engagement/wedding section, so perhaps I'll get to photograph some lovely couples this semester as well. (PRAY FOR ME...ha ha ha).

It may be hard, but I can do this. There is a way to balance everything, I just need to find the balance.

Oh how I long for the care-free days of summer...