I’ve been enjoying a very full calendar of design consultations the last few weeks. It’s my favorite hat to wear of all my (work) hats. 🤗 I will be taking some time off consultations in mid-late February for some family time bc even though I had this baby girl like two minutes ago she will be turning ONE. 😩 Oh and I will be dedicating time toward an entire house design for a client that I’m super stoked about, too. Anyway, a few slots are left between now and mid Feb before I take a hiatus for several weeks. Info, testimonials and contact form are on my website. Also since I like to reward only the most dedicated with snippets of info at the bottom of a long post...that thing I alluded to in yesterday’s post that may happen has something to do with the #bigbrickbungalow . 😱
I have something that these two don’t have!?! ..... 30k debt in student loans!!!!😂😂😂 .............. I officially graduated awhile back and was supposed to get my BAS in Construction Management Degree but I finally gave in after those two years of disagreeing with #UofMN that I owed them money on books I didn’t use and couldn’t sell back. I finally paid the $2000.00 and got my diploma out of their ransom. It’s bitter sweet but to actually finally hold this piece of paper is bringing tears to my eyes. There were times when I had self doubt and wanted to quit. But I didn’t, I didn’t care I was alone on this journey, I didn’t care I had no one to turn to when things got real hard. I didn’t care when I had no rent money and slept in a studio/kitchen apartment. I didn’t care about the naysayers telling me education isn’t worth it. All I cared about is finishing what you started no matter what it took to get there. This accomplishment is better than any big house, fancy truck, or business. It’s up there with witnessing my sons birth at age 17. I lost a lot of things in my life; sacrificed too. But this is something tangible that no one can take away from me. Ever.