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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

New Year, New Frontiers

            In the constant revolving door of the day-to-day, beginnings and endings are hard to truly track. Even such well-known and marked days as New Year’s don’t leave much of a mark on lives. The number of years, birthdays, and Christmases don’t make an effect.
            Landmark events in our lives, though, do. Those times of actual change in our lives leave an impression.
            First day of school. First kiss. First date. Driving a car. Graduation. Wedding. Birth of a child. Death of a loved one. There are of course, lesser marks that make impressions.
            After reflecting on the past few years, taking into account my feelings, I think it’s time to consider a new career path.

            A new beginning. And like all beginnings, a little frightening.

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