It’s a sign


It just seems that there have been a lot of things that have happened to make this the right time for me to join the peace corps.  My job is seasonal, so I finish work on the 31st, I have no financial or emotional commitments.  I am free to do as I please.  To go to Botswana.

I needed to cancel my gym membership to Curves.  Have you ever been?  It’s fine as gyms go, but it is only really tolerable because my mom goes with me.  I had been putting off cancelling my membership because it was going to cost me like $85.  Yikes!  I tried cancelling it the week before, but the lazy staff member said he didn’t know how. So then I showed up on Wednesday and there was that happy little note on the door.  There were being evicted!  The owner had foolishly driven the curves out of business.  As a result, they would cancel everybody’s membership for no fee and they were closing the next day!

HALLELUJAH.  this means no fee and no going to the gym for another month!  I love it.  It is a sign.  And for those of you filmilar with the tithing, I think it is because I pay my tithing!

Holla back! I am going to Africa!

2 thoughts on “It’s a sign

  1. Sydney. Every time I read your blog, I say to myself “What am I doing with my life?” I wish I had my anthro friends here to talk to about this. How wonderful to know that you know what you are doing with your life (at least for the next two years. =)

  2. I’m pretty sure that the Curves didn’t go out of business just to save you $85….but maybe you do have that kind of power! I’m going to miss our 30 minute workouts though.

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