Okay, y’all, this is going to be a really rant-y blog post, but it really needs to be said.
I’m just a simple girl trying to live in this complex world around me. I know what I want. In life, in love, etc. I don’t understand why it’s so difficult for other people to be honest with themselves and others about what it is they truly want.
Here’s a run-down of what I truly want.
I want to graduate with HONORS from High Point University with my PharmD degree.
I want to work in an independent pharmacy and eventually save up enough money to take over and own it myself.
Then, I want to pursue my passion for helping people by making appointments with patients to help them consolidate their medications and manage their disease states.
I want to find the love of my life.
I want to find a passionate love that I know I want for the rest of my life.
I want to be treated well, but have a true partnership.
I want to get married and have kids.
I want a small house, preferably on a little bit of land.
I want a dog or two.
I want to live close enough to see my parents/brother pretty often. I love them very much.
I want to focus on my relationship with God and have Him in my marriage.
I want to live within my means but make sure to travel when I can.
I want to save money when I can.
I want to be able to be generous with my money.
It wasn’t that hard for me to say all of that, but I know other people have a harder time with it. Although I wonder why things have to be so complex, why we have to be so wishy-washy and confused all the time, I know that it’s just the world that we live in.
My hopes are that this generation learn to be true to themselves and what they want out of life. It is important for the future.
One thing is for sure though, even when I finally get to the point that I have reached all of these goals, I will not stop to make myself a better person.
All I want is to be happy and to truly be the best person that I can be.
So here’s to that.