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Things I Never Expected at Age 23.

Hello all!

It's been a while since I last posted. A lot and I mean a lot of things have happened in my life. I never imagined that I would end up in a five car pile up on vacation just several months ago. My car was totaled of course.

It was while I was at a weekend long concert and everything bad that could happen did happen. It rained horribly. My hotel wasn't properly booked. We almost forgot the tickets and the concert was two hours away from home. I never got to eat at my favorite restaurants there because the accident happened on the way to the restaurant. Sigh. It was a very crazy part of my life.

And then the bigs new happened...I became pregnant shortly after that vacation. I never knew if I wanted kids but I thought I'd have them later in life. At first I was scared. Then I started to realize I'm at one of the better parts of my life. I have stable income. I'm with my loving significant other and have been for nine years. It's become a blessing. And I've never been happier.

Although my job has become very stressful. I work with someone who calls off or needs to leave work at least once a week, and in my department, we only have three workers. It's very stressful on me especially in this part of my life. My hormones are going crazy and I don't like my work schedule being messed with weekly. I need a steady idea of how my week is going to go but it's been getting messed up non-stop for at least two months straight.

I wish I would blog more and I always promise to do it but then life hits me with something completely unexpected. And then I stop blogging because I get lost in my own life.

It's something I wish I could grasp. I feel like I'm a while away from getting that grasp on my life.

Thankfully though I have been writing for these past few months while I wasn't queasy. I completed a middle grade novel that I hope to pitch to agents in the upcoming months before my baby arrives. I wish more than anything that I could stay home with my baby while he or she grows up but I don't know if I will be able to financially or not. It would be my dream but as life has shown many of us, dreams aren't always easy to succeed.

But I will never stop trying to make any of my dreams possible. I would love to become an author and be a stay at home mother more than anything in the world. But I guess time will tell. My dearest little one is due March 3rd and I hope the world that I can spend my every moment with them while they grow up.

-Kai

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