okay, let's clarify before you guys get any big ideas:
i may have declared my incompetency in the kitchen a while ago and i'm not trying to pull a martha on ya'll but the truth of the matter is, i do cook! and i actually love it. but my 'recipes' aren't that cool. just like basic stuff for a tomboy gone wifey. the reason i'm sharing is 'cause if i can do it you for sure can! and i wish i would've had some approved basics before attempting all the scary pinterest ones.
vaughan absolutely loved this soup and it only took us like 20-ish minutes to make. so try it and let me know (actually, if you hate it. don't) what you think!
oh, and for some next level recipes, visit this girls blog.
anyway, i need to have a venting sesh right now. this might be considered complaining but i need to get it out.
i hate school today. i am actually really over it.
and here's the thing. i actually used to like school. not so much going to school but learning. i love learning. and i love my major
but when people ask me what i wanna be when i grow up,
i say mum.
'cause that's the truth.
i want to be a mother and sometimes i feel like all of the credits i do each semester don't add up and aren't conducive to my ultimate goal.
i had a huge debate in my mind last semester about working full time vs. going to school and what was really worth my time. i graduate in december and i know i'm soo close but i couldn't help think that what if i was wasting my time getting an education that i probably wouldn't use? and would it be worth the time and money just to be able to say 'i graduated college'?
and honestly, i never really made up my mind. i just went through with this semester because i was afraid to make a huge mistake. then today i just had a weird one at school and came home face in pillow grumpy cat went down.
and my attitude is seriously the worst! i actually have learned more than i thought about parenting through my education and a part of me (all of me) wants to be able to tell my children that i graduated, especially my little girls. i just want to show them that they can do it too, if they chose. and i've been working so hard to get where i am today... and maybe i'll finally reach a part of adult-status if i get my bachelors? haha that would be sick.
i guess what i'm trying to say is that i don't want to regret dropping out of school just because it got tough or because i don't think i'll use the degree in real life. and ya know, if i had a better attitude about it i would probably learn more. but is it worth the money just to say i completed something?
oh and of course i had to make a recipe card! haha