In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Happily Ever After.”
Am I living my “Happily Ever After”? Maybe?
I’m 19. I don’t think there is a 19 year old out there who can honestly say they have it all figured out.
Did I think I would be doing the things I am at 19? No. I never thought any of this would happen. I look back at my 17 year old self and everything is wildly different. When I was 17 I figured by now I would be at Carleton or Ryerson taking a journalism or communications program, maybe playing rugby and in the summer I would be back in Kingston working as a waitress.
Did I think I would be dating a cadet at RMC and doing the all of the crazy things that come along with that? Hell no. I figured I may have a boyfriend but I figured he would just be a normal University student.
But did the changes in my life turn out for the better? 100% yes.
Do I have any regrets? Not a single one.
I love the program I am in at St. Lawrence. College was the best choice I have ever made. I am lucky to have the job I do and I was given the tools I need to do my job because of the education I received at the college.
Now dating my sailor. I have no regrets about him. I am the luckiest girl in the world to have him. Was it what I expected? Not at all but it keeps things interesting and I have learned how to work around the military when I need to.
So all in all am I living my “Happily Ever After”? No. Will I get there? Yes