I am not waiting for it, per se, but I am searching and seeking my purpose and am adamant that I will be able to find my purpose! A strong purpose.
The cultural and family tradition that I value include special Christmas dinners and Easter spent with my diverse, fun and crazy family.
I am learning through this epidemic that there are so many good people in this world who are willing to selflessly help those who are in need. I am learning how to be more thankful for what I have and see that my situation is so much better than many people in the world around me.
I am learning to seek joy and happiness.
I am learning to embrace the time I have to reflect and develop myself NOW.
What matters to me the most- my boyfriend who is my best friend. My family is very important to me.
Self development and growing as an individual is something I strive for.
I am thankful that I received such a deep Austrian heritage from my grandparents.
I have the fondest memories of my childhood. The feeling of being carefree and just looking forward to playing with my cousins on the weekends.
My mother who fought breast cancer teaches me about resilience in life. The uncertainty of life is apparent and it teaches me that life is fragile. Every day is a true miracle.
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