While I didn’t find my job completely on my own, I’m proud that I have a good job during a time when a lot of people are less fortunate
My husband and I have created a beautiful home along with the help of a number of others
Some people work their entire lives to live on the Cape…I managed to do it by the time I turned 26
After 5 years of jumping around and having a hard time finding a good fit, I finally got my bachelors degree from UMass Amherst
I performed in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade when i was 17 years old and I will never stop bragging about it
Not only was I able to get a car loan by myself, but I paid it off early.
My cooking skills have improved leaps and bounds since I first started living away from my parent’s house
I try new foods all the time, which is a far cry from my infant-teenage years
I can almost always see the good in people, even though I can be pessimistic to a fault
I know how to forgive
My anxiety of being around strangers and having to make conversation is (almost) gone
Some of the friends I still have today are friendships I’ve had since kindergarten
I successfully drove through downtown Boston without getting into an accident, causing an accident, or having a heart attack. I probably won’t do it again if I don’t have to, though.
I consider myself an adult
I know myself.