Musings: Little House

As I lay back watching one of my favorite childhood books made into a movie, Little house on the Prairie. Honestly, this is one of the most relaxing times of the week for me.

Honestly digging the bonnet!

We are so blessed now a days to have modern day technology and amenities. Good golly, molly could you imagine traveling to your parents, who lived in another state, and it taking three days?!!

I’m to the part where the Ingall’s are fording the river.

Right now, in my life, I’m fording a river too.

An academic one, that started in 2014 when I began my freshman year in college. Many years later after failing many classes and having to withdraw from several, I am proud to say I’m a junior.

I have fought tooth and nail to get to where I am now. It’s been like plowing a road through a mountain.

This semester I’m taking three classes, five credits all together: social psychology, majors and career class, and a psychology careers class.

Pretty beginner level psych courses. Admittedly, I haven’t been the most decisive in majors..

English…. .

Geology..

Modern Languages… ..

I have finally solidified my degree as a bachelor of general studies with an emphasis in psychology.

I’m excited about this major because I enjoy helping others. I know that’s a pretty hum-drum answer that just about anybody could say about their perfect major.

In the beginning of this major discernment. I knew I wanted to be a counselor. Which honestly would be wonderful! Kyril and I have talked about each other’s academic futures. He is so supportive of my psychology endeavors!

I want to help people with their psychological and emotional problems. Currently, I’m interested and studying the career of a forensic interviewer. Mixing law and psychology peaks my interest.

I’m also interested in the occupational therapist assistant and physical therapist assistant career. I think these are so close to my heart because I need to give back to people struggling with what I went through after my wreck. Not that I’ve altogether stopped therapy.

But when it all boils down, like I said, my dream career is to become a clinical counselor. My clinical counselor has played such a huge role in my life. Sometimes taking on the role of being one of my closest friends. My counselor stayed with me through the muddled mess of teenage-hood to my adult years. I am so grateful to have my counselor to talk to about life pressures and difficult situations I’m facing. I hope I can make a difference like this in someone’s life too!

Inspirational helps life go on beautifully!

So Little House on the Prairie continues to inspire me and the little dog Jack with his cute little bark!

Inspirational helps life go on beautifully!

-Little House on the Prairie

Onward I study with courage and perseverance.

Published by Maggie Kuhn

Roman Catholic TBI survivor, florist, ebook author, inspired to encourage others through my writing. -Shoot for the moon, even if you miss you'll land among the stars.

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