Today, I decided to try liquid eyeliner for the first time. As you can imagine, [or as you can literally see with your very own eyes] it really didn't go all that great. I have been considering giving it a go for awhile now, because I really like the wing on a lot of girls. I just kept avoiding it for some reason. It was definitely as difficult as I expected it to be, and I definitely look ridiculous. Maybe with some practice, it will end up looking a little more normal? The point is, I tried! I finally gave it a go, and I'm no worse off now, than I was yesterday. Even the husband's reaction was entertaining: *shaking head* "You look ridiculous. Did you leave the house like that??"
This post is not really about liquid liner. Stick with me.
It was brought to my attention today, that I have been... somewhat of a bitch lately. I will admit, there is a good chance that this might be an accurate description. I have been incredibly stressed and overwhelmed with some big life changes. Life changes that have come about because we have taken the first steps. We are now officially out of the comfort zone and trying new things. I mean really, I live in a damn Airstream. But what comes next? People rarely give advice on what the next step is, and that kind of bothers me. I'm out of my comfort zone, now what the fuck do I do?
Are you ready for that secret I mentioned last week?!
Not only did I try liquid eyeliner, and find out that I've been a real pain in the ass, but today, Aaron, my husband, also gave his two weeks notice at his secure full-time job. In exchange for a 6-month contract position. This position is only guaranteed for those 6-months, but that allows us that full amount of time to work remotely and travel the country [while looking for another remote position]. I am excited and terrified. I am so outside of my comfort zone that I might be going a little bit crazy. Or I might be acting a little bit like a bitch, depends on who you ask, I guess.
So what do you do, after you've abandoned all reason and you're waiting to see what happens next? You just go with it. Sit back, enjoy the ride, and see where life takes you. Because, really, what else are you going to do? You definitely don't want to be a bitch.