Ok the groundhog in Puxatawny saw his shadow, but Jimmy the Groundhog here in Southern Wisconsin did not! So too bad for those people in Pennsylvania, they'll have a longer winter they we will up here on the frozen tundra;)
Well! I wrote my feelings about the temple down somewhere more private, but I will say this: it was awesome:) I am so glad I decided to go finally. I feel much more peace and strength than ever before. It was EXACTLY what I needed to do to get out of the slump I was in, and I'm so glad I did it.
Well! I'm not sure what else to say at this point. I'm doing well. I know big changes are ahead for me this year and it scares me a bit to think about it, and in a way I know I'm fighting it. I know my time here in Madison is probably coming to a close, and while I do welcome something new and exciting, at the same time I'm getting comfortable in my ways, and have some good friends here. I mean I know I gripe and complain about my boring life and my social life and what-not, but at the same time that is what I'm used to, and changing that will be hard for a fiercely independent person like me. But hey, obviously there are people out there who want to help me and want me to be happy and I'm grateful for them and their advice and the inspiration they give me. Now it's just fighting the fear of change that I have to conquer!
I have been trying to figure out who left the comment on my last post. It was a very nice thing to say, but to whoever left it: No, I cannot guess who you are! Please let me know so I can thank you! :)