Well, I've decided that that just isn't enough. I'm still going to be a choir teacher, but to supplement the meager income that comes with that illustrious profession, I've decided to be a life coach.
What inspired this additional career, you ask?
I shall tell you:
The other day, one of my dear friends (we'll call her Agnes) and I had a conversation similar to the following:
Agnes: I just got a $1500 bonus at work! That's going to pay for the airfare for my husband and me to go on our trip to Mexico!
Me: That's great!
Agnes: I guess I should put this money in savings...
Me: No. Bad idea. You only live once. Saving is for squares. You should travel as much as you can and not save a penny.
I give such good advice!
It is because of my good advice giving skills that I've decided to be a part-time life coach.
In other news...
My reverent|maturity level during church seems to have retrogressed considerably. Examples:
Today was fast and testimony meeting and one member of the ward kept mentioning his brother named Cort. Here are a couple of examples of what my brain did when some statements about Cort were made:
|"I really love court!" image source|
|"I would do anything to help my brother court." image source|
I also drew this picture of apostasy:
And just for fun, I saw this on Cheryl's Facebook and thought it was too funny not to share.
If you would like to receive over-priced, unlicensed life coaching, please contact me!
And a random photo from the mission:
|That would be against mission rules... Just sayin'.|