Life as I Know It is Ended


I feel as if I need to explain where I’ve been, even though I really haven’t been anywhere. Just reflecting and revisiting my goals and desires.

See, the things that have taken premium spots in my time and attention have gone elsewhere. For example: my dearest brother. He is now being a full-time missionary in Bacolod, Philippines. 

And my time as a church-service missionary at the Distribution Center has also ended. And! With the creation of the Gaithersburg YSA Branch, there is a much smaller workload when it comes to callings.

So, now what?

To be honest, I don’t have an immediate, concise, definitive answer. But my mindset has become fairly similar to that when I was visiting California, which is much more studio minded. Much more family history minded.

I want to take a moment to thank everyone who has supported me so far. Not just my clients, but everyone who has allowed me to be part of their journeys, and who have made an impact on mine. There are so many people who genuinely have contributed to me as a person through their thoughts and insight, and service, and as I consider what is the next move for me, I can’t help but be overwhelmed by the love and support shown by so many people.

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