Sunday, November 14, 2010

The end of an era is the beginning of a new one

It seems the last 5 years of my life have been a blur. I grew up with the expectation that I would serve a mission for the LDS church. I planned my life around that fact. I accomplished that goal and then realized one important thing... that was the end of my plans. I have been shooting from the hip with mixed results.

I am in the process of finalizing a divorce from my wife of 2 years. If that doesn't slap you in the face I don't know what will. I have gone from a married man with my own apartment, to a single (read divorced) man living in singles housing at BYU. So, like I said in the title, the end of an era is the beginning of a new one. I'm hoping this era works out better for me. I'm hoping that this era involves less compromising my values and more sticking to my guns. PLEASE let this era also involve graduating from BYU. I love this place, but come on! I have got to get out of here some time.

1 comment:

  1. Hey, plan your life around grandkids... that gives you plenty of time to live a great life until you accomplish that goal! ;o)