One month one million ideas..

I really think in the last month I’ve had just about every idea of where to live, what to do, and how to get there. I went from going to school online so I could either work as a nanny somewhere else in the world, work on another boat, do construction in New Orleans, Landscape in Nantucket. To going to school in British Columbia, London, New Orleans and Minnesota. To finally deciding on where I would be the happiest and most productive, who knew it would be 30 miles away from where I grew up.
Yep, Whitewater Wisconsin is my destination once again, and not to just rush through school, to actually learn a thing or two, maybe meet some more people, and just enjoy my home once again. My plans now are to finish out my last few months with the Poynters and as hard as it will be ( by meaning hard, try leaving two children and a family you spent every day with, so hard..) And then set out on my next adventure..destination education.
Yeah I know a bit cheasy, but really Its where I belong right now. Im not putting my life on hold as I thought of when I came home from St. Thomas, I’m going somewhere just happens to be home. Plus with my dual degrees Health Promotions and Liberal Studies, I have big plans on Graduate schools and lots more traveling! I do also have lots of breaks to head north south east or west…..which I’ll probably do :).

Oh to my Newfy friends

Ya’ll are so much fun! Thank you so much for showing me every good thing George St. has to offer. And the cabin…That one will not leave my mind for some years to come. You all definetly know how to show an American your newfoundlander ways, which are so much fun…im almost glad to be leaving..maybe I can have a slow weekend again ;). Naw, really I am going to miss everyone I met here besides missing family, friends come next and you my friends..I will miss very much! So….If any of you just happen to be somewhere in the midwest of Wisconsin in the next few years…give me a shout!

Poynter extended family goodbye

So I have left here three times before but none will be the same as today. The Poynter’s (family I work for) family has taken me in so open heartedly that leaving here is very sad. Only spending less than 5 months around them I feel like I am one of the family, and leaving family is never easy. I said my goodbye’s with a tear in my eye and a smile on my face because I felt so lucky to have met them all.
Thank you all so much! I really will miss each and every one of you.