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I'm studying at a community college at the moment and am constantly full of worry and anticipation, wondering about the mystic future on my timeline.  I'm looking into getting my Bachelor's in interdisciplinary studies, which means I want to play with and teach kids until I have my own.  

American Girls became my childhood once I turned seven years old.  I wrapped myself in their stories and developed a desire to learn about every time period in history.
I'm still working on that one.  
But even still, with all the things ahead of me that I want to do, I have to remember that life's not a race--the one who reaches the end first isn't the winner.  Experience your life; taste each second.   Otherwise, you'll have no stories to tell your grandchildren.  


Also,  I have a few pet chickens, and every so often they pop up into my blog posts.  I'm a bit unconventional, but that's what makes life interesting. 



6 comments:

  1. Holy cow! 31 American Girl Dolls!!!! I wish I was you!! Love the blog!!! ~Amelia~

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  2. Your blog is amazing! We have a lot in common. I had three chickens but they died of disease. :( I have 25 American Girl Dolls and love things from the 50's and things from before my time! :) It would be great if you could check out my blog!

    Luv Ya!
    Sissy

    luvofdolls.blogspot.com

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  3. I just wanted to tell you about a GIFT SWAP that I'm having on my blog Spreading My Joy. I would love it if you could be a participant! :)

    Allie D.
    www.spreadingmyjoy.blogspot.com

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  4. I love your blog, you take truly amazing photos!

    ~Rutvi @ buzzaboutag.wordpress.com

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