There’s nothing quite like summer when your graduated and unemployed. Its great. Wonderful. Stupendous. Ok, lets get real here. It bites. I should be having the time of my life right? NO. Whenever I do something fun or exciting I am just plagued with guilt. Guilt that I should not be doing fun things. Guilt that I should be doing adult things like filling out thousands of job applications and doing re-writes of re-writes of resumes. But alas, I have done some fun things. So just know that I’ve avoided blogging because of guilt.
A few days later I suddenly I found myself in Kentucky visiting my sister… and wouldn’t you know it… Kentucky is home to the BEST ice cream I’ve ever tasted, consumed, or inhaled… Ginger 2 Snaps from The Comfy Cow. Seriously people you just don’t understand. My throat was burning from the amount of ginger and spice in this thing. Divinity.
And Louisville as you would know it is quite beautiful, quaint, and southern.
One afternoon we’re sitting in my sisters apartment… 14 hrs later at approximately 5 am we arrived in Florida. I don’t even know how it happened. It would appear that Wheatley’s are genetically, magnetically, and physically attracted to all things Disney. Every time I blog about Disney I think it will be my last post for quite some time, but I always seem to prove myself wrong. I can’t put into words how much I love Disney World. If you’ve never been and you think that you’re just fine only going to Disneyland… boy are you ever wrong. After having worked at both parks/coasts I definitely have a strong opinion… and if you ever need a tour guide or vacation planner for your trip to WDW, I’m your gal!
I told you… this is way more fun than an unemployed college grad should be having… but alas I’m back to the grindstone interviewing and all that jazz. But before I end… I had some crazy thoughts on the plane ride home. I sat and looked at clouds for an hour or more… and what did I take away from that experience? I realized I really love clouds. Like a lot. You should probably expect a blog post on clouds in the near future. They are severely underrated for their awesomeness.