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Goals for the Semester

I'm trying to get back into the swing of blogging again. I've fallen into some bad habits with writing (I say "so" a lot. "so excited" "so pleased"....), maybe doing more will cure some of those annoying habits. 
I scraped together some cash to sing up for a "Body Awareness through Targeting" class through the Fenzi academy. The goal is to kick my ass in gear training things that are less sport focused for a little while. I need to up my trick game and sharpen my training skills.

Ideally, I will be posting weekly updates on how training for that class is going with both boys. 
Time to get the ball rolling on some things! Other goals for the semester involve more mundane things like making Dean's list, cleaning up Knight's contacts, and get out there and improve my running pace!

Let's do this. Spring 2015. Bring. It. On. 


Classes have started. I am thrilled to say that they are everything I've been looking for. My Behavior Analysis professors probably think I'm insane.

There I am, sitting in the front row, with this wide, stupid grin across my face. When they casually mention that UNT is one of the only schools to offer an extensive ABA program for undergad studies I can't help but glance around the room wildly. Are you hearing this? This is so true fellow students, this isn't anywhere else. We are so lucky.

I still have to take a few gen eds to do (Thank you Texas requirements for American Gov and History), but the majority of my classes are in Behavior Analysis which is so so wonderful.

Now that 2 weeks have passed, I've started to feel more settled in here. I'm working and learning and playing with my wonderful dogs.

I am in a much better place mentally than I was last semester. I'm here, learning something I care so much about. I get to live on a gorgeous property with …

A New Chapter

2015 is going to be a year of growing.

I'm chasing my dreams, but left my heart in the dust. And I miss her terribly.

So I'm trying to keep my head up, no matter how heavy my heart is.

I'm taking time to walk more, listen more, take chances, and let things go.

This will be the semester of early mornings and weekends off. The semester of new faces in a new state. The semester of counting days until I can see my gorgeous girl again.

I'm not very okay, but I will be. I got this.