- That I could actually live on my own in Atlanta and make it
- That it is okay to be different.
- That it is okay to be home sick. It does not make you weak.
- That I was still unsatisfied.
- That even though I was living in the city, I was nowhere close to the “city girl” fantasy I believe I should be living.
- That I was “NOT” living life PERIOD!
- That it is okay to go home again.
Which is what I did, I am now back living in Louisiana.
Now do not get me wrong, I love and miss Atlanta so much, but sometimes you have to do what you have to do in order to do what you want to do. At first when I arrived back into Louisiana, I took it as a failure, but I soon came to realize that it was all in my mind. However anything I do I will associate it as a failure because I am not doing what I wanted or should be doing by now (practicing law). Even though I am considered moving back home as a failure of some sort, failing is not the end of the world, but simply means you have a lesson to learn.
There is ONE positive aspect to moving back to Louisiana:
I WAS ACCEPTED BACK INTO LAW SCHOOL!!!!!!
That is right folks, after SIX LONG YEARS, I am finally getting a second chance at a dream/goal.
Which is why with great sadness, I will no longer blog at “My Quarter Life Crisis”. For some reason I felt I kept taking this blog in the wrong direction. Maybe it was because I had no direction in life because I kept trying to get something back from my past. I could never move forward.
However I have chose to create a new blog, specifically one detailing my journey in law school. I will call it:
I will write about many topics, but not all will be legal/law school related. However everything will tie into my life and my legal journey. Things that contribute to my sanity. My main goal is to NOT have this blog me a “boo-hoo, poor me”. Just a place to document my growth and enlightenment.
So come and join me, this “second time around”. (Corny I know – LOL)