I'm feeling anxious. I don't know what to talk about on here
Most people who know me know that last week, I started my internship for my Bachelor's of Social Work. In the short time I have been interning, I have had some mighty adventures. Sometimes, I wish I could just spill all of them and tell you everything, but I highly value confidentiality so...*
Instead I want to talk about the other stuff I've been doing. But that's incredibly boring as well because it just consists of throwing up and looking at nursery's online.
Maybe I'll tell you about all the crazy adventures Scott and I have been having... but it's 10pm and he's still at work. I haven't really seen him all week.
I guess what I'm trying to say is: bear with me, folks.
I am determined to make my life more interesting.
And by interesting I mean trying to get some of my birthday goals checked off. I just can't decide what ones to do! Because my brain is having a hard functioning on creativity lately, I am asking for your help.
This weekend, what should I do?
HELP! But choose carefully because I'm going to blog about it whatever one wins ;)
You can vote until tomorrow at 7pm because that's when my weekend starts.
P.S. if you're here to read about baby updates: we find out the gender on Feb. 17 and because I'm excited, I posted a poll on the side in case you wanted to cast your vote on if it's a boy or a girl. Scott and I feel pretty sure it's a girl, but we shall see!
*If you're interested in knowing ABOUT the agency I work for: I am currently at Salt Lake Division of Youth Services. Youth Services is different from the juvenile court system, but does focus on crisis intervention for kids 0-18. There are a plethora of programs to help kids in crisis and transitional situations. Included are free counseling and therapy, prevention programs (anger management, girl empowerment, etc.), group homes, and temporary transitional facilities for children who are ungovernable, and a similar kind of place to stay for children who were in abuse/neglect situations and needed to be removed before they were able to have a foster placement.