I still haven’t figured out what I want to be when I grow up. I have, however, stopped saying “if I grow up,” because this whole growing up thing feels pretty inevitable — no matter how much I protest, it’s happening.
This is concerning because I’m starting school again, for my MLIS. (That’s a library degree you guys. And based on my first two assignments alone, I am willing to bet you have no idea – like I had no idea a few days ago – how totally complicated libraries and the realm of information are.) I love school. I’m pretty dang sure I want this degree. …I haven’t exactly figured out what I want to do with it, though. I need a specialty, an area of concentration, and then a plan based on that. And likely, to wait for somebody to die for a job to open up.
Here are some things I know I do want:
- a cat in June. That is so happening.
- to stay in Minnesota for the foreseeable future
- to continue to write a superior blog to my sister’s
- my siblings to see their dreams realized
I have no idea what this last point means for Eric, but for Megan, it should be very entertaining.