time marches on

Good Day!

Have you seen the hints of little flower buds popping out of the ground? I have and it’s FANTASTIC! Pretty soon, my hands and feet and entire body will not be frozen and painful. Or at least somewhat less so. I don’t have a whole heck of a lot to report to you these days- I’ve been feeling like doo for about 2 weeks now and I’m not sure why. I’m either going through a flare up, sick and unaware (even though I do have a slight cold) or just simply too tired to recover from anything and my body is yelling at me. No time for this crap body, sorry! So work has been just as hectic and draining, and I’ve been forced to realize that since they don’t seem super keen on trying to keep me around for the long haul I should be open to other options if they come along. I don’t really want to leave, since I like the people and the main work responsibilities but it’s really ridiculous the amount of projects they’re expecting me to be on top of in one day’s work with absolutely no compensation. I’m not asking them for a lot, it doesn’t even have to be a raise right now, but if I’m not going to be able to move up in the future then I don’t see how it can be all that beneficial to me to spend years in a stagnant position when I could be gaining seniority somewhere else. Sad times. Speaking of those- I rode EZ yesterday for what could very well be the last time and I was super upset about it. It genuinely hurts my heart to watch that horse be sold out from under me, even though it’s nobody’s fault. I really hope he finds a great home nearby (and ideally with someone that would be open to me riding him on occasion!).

I just realized before writing this that I never divulged the good news and bad news I cited a few weeks ago- so on the off chance you’re on the edge of your seat: Good news= I’m going to be an aunt! Those of you that know me understand how ecstatic I am about that and omgbabies. love. Bad news= my uncle has prostate cancer, and though it’s never a good diagnosis it was caught early and he is under great care.

soooo that is all I have for now- March on with your bad selves.

❤ Erin


About Erin Goes Blah- I rant forever

Ever heard of Erin Go Brah? The horse obviously, not the saying! I'm him, in human form but slightly less successful and well known. Perhaps you've also heard of a man named William Shakespeare? In "A mid-summer nights dream" he says, "though she be but little, she is fierce" in reference to Hermia...I have a little bit of that in my mix too. I'm a 26-year-old big kid with occasional adult tendencies just trying to figure out my place in life. Chronically single and exhausted I am the keeper of two jobs and three pets. With approximately 2 hours of free time per day, ​I tend to use it relaxing- leading to much musings and wonderment. I plan on using this blog to reach out to others, and to my inner conscience to better understand my odd habits and talk myself out of them. I hope to bring attention to those in eating disorder recovery, by being open about my hardships and hurdles. I'm weird, silly and looking for someone to share the love with :)
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