Kentucky has some of the most beautiful sunsets I have ever seen, and I grew up in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The colors that the sun manages to spray across the evening sky, and how it shadows everything into silhouettes, lead me to enjoy my drive home from work everyday. On warm evenings (which it is not currently) I like to sit outside when I am able to and watch the sun set over the horizon, the colors melt from one to another, until the first stars are able to shine through the dark. There is a beauty in the emerging darkness, and a hint of the sunrise promise.
In other news:
I was accepted to the University of Kentucky’s Library Science Masters programs! I am so excited! It will be my next new challenge and adventure, and while I am nervous I am also eagerly anticipating earning my Masters and the advantageous benefits it will have for me and Xander. I really want to set a good example for him to follow (or at least look up to) for his academic future. It’s not too early to plan for a two-year-old’s schooling is it?
Wonderful . . . You are a thoughtful and generous young lady!
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Thanks John! You and your sweetheart are in my thoughts constantly! You’re a strong and gracious gentleman.
It is definitely not too late to think of Xander’s future and education. My mother-in-law got her Master’s in the same field from the same college back in the 70’s. While she was earning her masters, she was working as a high school librarian in Logan, WV. After she received her degree the WV State Library Assoc. contacted her and offered her the chance to help design the public library in Bluefield, which she did. She was hired as the director and worked there until she retired in 1987. She only had a 9th grade education before she went to college. She’s a remarkable lady. You go, girl!