It’s currently 11:50 am. Because I’m finished the required work for the course I’m in at the moment, I am typing this post in a high-school classroom. All the while, thinking about what I’m going to do in the future.
Isn’t it crazy that in less than one month, I will be out of school for the summer, then preparing for my last year of high school.
Can you believe it?
When I started Jr High so many years ago, I was honestly so nervous. I didn’t know if I would get good grades in my classes, or if the social factor of high school would have an impact on my personal life. The latter ended up being true to a certain degree… to the point where in early 2014, halfway through my grade 9 year, I transferred to another secondary school that was closer to where I live. It was there I began high school; feeling just as nervous as I did when I started Jr High. But I’ve made it through each consecutive year, getting somewhat-good grades in most of my classes!
And now… looking back… it’s hard to believe it’s almost over. (school, that is 😉 )
It’s hard to believe that the future… that I had dreamed about for so long as a child…. is pretty much here. And as I’m typing this blog post, I’m reminded of the all-too-familiar question that’s been asked ever since elementary school: what do you want to do in the future? I have to be completely honest, I’ve never really thought about my answer to that question, until now.
Well, one thing I know for sure; I want to leave a legacy. (to quote Nichole Nordeman and her insanely popular 2002 song, “Legacy.“)
I want to expand Rustic Christian Signs to the point where I can inspire hundreds-of-thousands… maybe millions… with my work. I want to continue inspiring and encouraging people, all the while strengthening my relationship with God.
The future is now. And I want to enjoy every moment of it.