In Limbo

It’s difficult not to feel in limbo after graduation, whether it’s high school graduation or college graduation. As of now, I am still in the application stage of life, where I’m trying to figure out where to apply, setting up interviews, emailing people, waiting for them to email or call me back, and the list goes on. It’s difficult not to feel frustrated and dispirited about this stage, but it’s also pretty exciting at the same time. The main thing that I am most grateful for is the ability to spend time with my family that I’m not normally able to. And as far as jobs go, there are so many out there for the choosing. The fact that there are so many options out there for the choosing is also a downside. At times, I just wish that someone would present me with one and only job opportunity, I’d take it, and the rest of the year would simply fall into place. Oh, the joys of definite plans. But, many things have come up recently in life that have shifted my tentative plans career-wise and also where-do-I-live-wise.

So all around, I’m just one confused person who is taking it one day at a time. Thanks for stopping by.

Reagan Fleming