I need a big kid job, please.

Someone want to hire me? ‘Cause I need one of those big kid jobs that everybody is always talking about.

Here it is guys, my last semester of college. SAY WHAT. Terrifying and exhilarating all at once. So, naturally, I’m on the job hunt. And it’s actually quite exciting. AFTER I accepted the fact that I’m going to make next to nothing and will live in debt for the first few years of my life, yeah, then the job search-growing up-thing kind of became exciting.

In a few short months I’m moving my booty out to the beautiful city of Los Angeles. Or New York. Or Chicago. Or London. Or anywhere in France.. As you can see, I’m a bit undecided. But that’s okay! I’m keeping my options open, sort of, and I’m tackling those dreams I’ve always talked about. It’ll be an adventure wherever I go and I’m so ready! ..Kind of. Just a little scared. But mostly ready! I have a whole world to explore, people and it’s just about to begin.

That entertainment world better be ready for the best publicist/social media coordinator/public relations rep/promotions coordinator that they’ve ever seen! ..Again, I’m undecided about my life. It’s probably going to be a problem soon.

So, if you want a fun, charismatic (ha), intelligent, adventure-seeking, happy, INCREDIBLY OUTGOING, awesome graduate with a degree in Journalism, HIT ME UP SOON.. ‘Cause I really need one of those things called “a big kid job.”

LinkedIn SAY WHAT.

And the countdown begins…

One week. That’s it.

One week from now I’ll be on a plane hating life because I’m no longer in France. I can’t even describe how I feel when I start to think about leaving this place. I know I’ve missed home at times throughout this trip but now I can’t even imagine leaving. I constantly tell my Momma not to make me come home because I just want to live here for the rest of my life. This has by far been the most amazing experience of my life and I’ve made so many ridiculously incredible memories that I’ll carry with me for the rest of my life. God has truly blessed me and I couldn’t be happier. Except for the fact that I have to go home…in one week. I really can’t believe it, but I know that one day soon I’ll be back.

I have so many new best friends now that I can’t imagine my life without and can’t begin to tell them how much I love them. My French family is a part of my life now too and I don’t want to ever leave them and I’m dreading saying goodbye.

This adventure has reinforced my confidence in my decision to move out to L.A. next summer because I know that if I can move halfway across the world to a completely different country with a foreign language, then I can definitely move halfway across the country with no problem. I have so many dreams to accomplish in my life and I’m blessed to be able to say that I’ve already begun to conquer them.

God is good.