Who I am Today

Currently, I am a wife, mother, grad student, photographer, writer, and teacher, trying to live now, figuring out each day as it comes.  Every time I try to figure out the future, or my purpose in this life, I find out I have it horribly wrong.  I don’t know exactly what my next career move will be and I am learning to accept that.  Will I ever be a full-time teacher again?  Will photography actually pay the bills instead of create new ones?  Will writing develop into something more? Or will the three of them somehow come together, along with my desire to travel and help and grow into something even bigger than I can even fathom in this moment?

Instead, I am living each day, trying to find something beautiful or positive to hang on to.  While life feels like nothing special, I am very blessed, so I use writing and photography to help me with those feelings. Welcome to my blog, my life, my thoughts.  It’s so random. I guess at the end of the day, that’s all a mom can do.

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4 thoughts on “Who I am Today

  1. I couldn’t find an email to contact you with but I wanted to invite you to link-up with fellow Nebraska bloggers to connect with some locals! I’m trying to put a list together so if you could follow this link and fill out that form that’d be great! I’d LOVE to add your blog to our growing list. Also, be sure to check out the facebook page we started. If you have questions feel free to email me, kelseyhomolka@hotamil.com

    http://kelseyhomolka-keepingupwithkelsey.blogspot.com/p/nebraska-bloggers-connect.html

  2. I landed up on your blog via The Attic Room and I have just gone through your Introduction which already makes me feel- ‘I am loving this blog’. Will read more now with just one thing to say: Keep up the good work 🙂

  3. Courtney keep writing I really enjoy reading your blog and looking at your pictures and being kept updated on how you are doing. You are an amazing person, please believe in yourself. I truly admired you when you were at Burns, you truly knew how to handle and speak to the children it was very noticeable. Miss seeing you.

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