Of course you were scared! That was frightening as well as a sad reminder of a certain isolation. Loneliness blows, doesn't it? To have been comforted and emotionally held up after a scary ordeal was what you needed but lacked.
I'm glad you could come here and write to us. Although I realise it's not the same as having that physical presence with you at the time. Big virtual hug from me.
Good on lifeline for helping you get you through it. I hope you have been taking it easy (or as easy as possible) on yourself today.
Sara, huh? I kind of like that too. Sara Connor was awesome but Sara is probably, in some ways, more relatable.
Ah...you found your new avatar. It feels as though your avatar and pending name change complement each other. It's still you; an evolved you, stripped bare. No blazing gun but you in a photo. No more Sara Connor but Sara. Stripped bare but in a good way.
Thank you for thinking of me. I don't feel neglected. Conversations just follow their natural course so it's all good 😊
Thank you for the high praise. I forever spill random words but I'm glad they seem to make some sense to you.
Um...so your mum doesn't really play anymore but would rather the keyboard gather dust at her place than give it (return it) to you? I mean, if I remember correctly, she had long given up/gotten sick of playing. I know bits and pieces about her so I'm not exactly surprised...but still...
Ah time to dust off the guitar and learn some chords 😊 While I'm disappointed for you about the keyboard, I'm glad that there is an alternative.
Well, Commerce and Psych are both pretty flexible degrees in the sense that they can be used in many different fields. For example, if you're an accounting major (I'm not btw), there's no rule saying you have to work for your "typical" accounting firm or in the corporate sector. You could try for an accounting role at, say, a publishing house or record label. Or you could work part-time, and I don't know, teach dance classes at night.
Or if you were a law student, people typically think law firms and the like. But there's no rule saying you can't venture out of that. You could be part of the legal team at a design house or theatre company.
I personally feel it's not always strictly about the degree but it's about what we do with it. Lateral thinking, right ha, ha? I always keep my eyes peeled for interesting opportunities.
Anyways...more super duper hugs from me.
Love ya and stay amaze.