Wednesday, January 29, 2014

thoughts on moving away

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the idea of finally moving out of my family's house is in no way scary, more comforting and empowering than anything. but moving away is another story entirely.  completely uprooting my life and taking everything ten hours west is terrifying.  but having to leave behind friends, family and my usual pennsylvania comforts.
this past week i went out to indianapolis to see our new apartment for the first time.  it was small, and a little dated, but filled with so much potential.  filled with opportunities for our relationship to grow.  filled with many new learning experiences.  filled with so many new possibilities.
while i might still be fearful of what i have to leave here, i am growing more excited for what can come.  and in the end it may not work out, which would be unfortunate but i would be able to say i tried.  i took a chance and (hopefully) learned a lot about myself in the process.

in which i introduce myself

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Hello anyone who may be reading this now.  Those who know me in person know I have attempted a blog a few times before.  My most recent one was fairly random and became so disorganized that creating any post become more of a chore than an enjoyable thing.  
By creating little bee book I am hoping to start fresh with a more journal-like blog.  No filler "How-to" posts or half-hearted style posts, just photos and writings about what I am up to and how my life is progressing.
I graduated college back in 2012 and since then have found myself always working towards becoming the person I always wanted to be.  After several less than desirable jobs, and major changes in both appearance and attitude, I have come so far.  But I still have a ways to go and I am hoping that 2014 will be a fantastic year.
With huge, life-changing, events in my future I decided now was the best time to start.  I want to write plenty of entries and hopefully take a bunch of photos to share with those I know and maybe some people I meet along the way.
Enjoy the ride and see you in the next post!
Emma