It was a paper telling me to get a new tag for my car. I thought this was optional and decided I didn't want a new tag. No thanks, not this year.
Welcome to adulthood Megan.
I'm still getting used to this whole adult thing and it is taking longer than expected.
In the past I have always had something to place my focus on, college work, graduating, finding a job, a wedding etc. etc.
But now, I am at a point where I am just living life, and I am sort of freaking out.
I find myself dwelling on issues that could so easily be given to God.
I find myself worrying about the future, even though I have no control over it, and I say I trust the One that controls the future.
But am I really trusting Him if I continue to take it back from Him and try to control it myself?
It is a scary question, but one that I need to ask myself.
I'm sure you have heard the quote: Worry is like a rocking chair; it will give you something to do but it won't get you anywhere.
This pretty much defines my life right now, always worrying about something, but not getting anywhere because I'm too busy worrying.
It is an ugly cycle.
So I am working on not worrying as much, and I am working on getting myself out of this QLC. I haven't figured out if I worry because I am in a QLC or if a QLC is causing me to worry?
I think I just typed the same thing in a different order.
Either way I'm blaming the QLC.
And in the meantime I am going to take up a new hobby.
Perhaps a book club, or maybe I will start scrap booking. Do people still do that or do they just make albums online now?
I enjoyed the simple days before all the technology.
Actually, that was just the Quarter Life Crisis speaking. I do love technology.
So for those of you who told me you are going through your QLC right now, we will get through this together!
The other day I excitedly told Luke my good news!
I told him I wasn't really going crazy, I was just going through my Quarter Life Crisis.
He then told me that a QLC is just a nice word for crazy.
Thats why I married him, he keeps me in touch with reality.