So, that's what I'm doing. It's obvious Mountain Home isn't where I want to live for the rest of my life. But it's where I am now. And I still feel strongly about socialized medicine and the rest of yesterday's rampage. And my pregnancy and the hormones and other symptoms (migraines, backaches, and fatigue) that come along with it don't make things easier on me.
But everyday I try a little harder to be more of the person I want to be. I try to be more organized. I try to be more cheerful. I try to block out the things that I hate about being here and focus on the good (I'm sure soon I'll find more good, right?!) Here's what I'm thankful for and the things that give me my perspective in life:
my "Rachel" from Friends haircut finally grew out enough I could cut off the fringe that made my mushroom top layers so full. Although, I'm trying to grow my hair out again, I was SO happy to see that inch of pointless fringe fall to the ground. And, (surprise!) I got my hair cut here. The girl did a pretty good job, I think.