1. GRADUATE COLLEGE (which I should be good to go with. Just gotta write that thesis and an independent study and finesse another independent study and take a ridiculous art class that I should have been exempt from because I’ve taught the material to CHILDREN for YEARS)
2. Get a job! WOO! Jobs! On job trees!
3. Graduate school…Okay, so this one’s tricky. I sort of procrastinated a bit too much. I don’t know if I can get into any of my schools this fall, so I have to wait a year. Which means:
A year to WORK and make MONEY and figure out things.
Because I’m 22 and I have NO IDEA what I want to do in graduate school! Because I want to do everything! EVERYTHING! I want to be a History major and study Management and get a Business degree and go to Law School while studying on how to be the coolest curator you ever saw!
But…I am only one person. And I’m poor. So, I have to decide. Which ultimately means I’ll probably apply to ALL of these programs and just see what happens. This year I have ahead means that I will have time to figure out what happens and be able to breathe. Because when I’m off work I can plan on how I’m going to proceed and I can prepare for it. I can make the best applications ever and really really do well. I am honestly excited about learning more.
Knowledge is addicting. Learning is powerful in so many ways, and I don’t think I could ever stop. I want to go to school somewhere, maybe Vancouver, maybe Hawaii, maybe Washington, maybe here, and I want to learn more and do more with the knowledge I gain.
Life is exciting. Terribly so. Stressingly so!