Looking back and moving forward

Today is my last day of being fourteen. Tomorrow I will be entering into a new phase of my life. Driving, tenth grade, etc.

Looking back on my fourteenth year of life, it has been a pretty good year. One really great part of my year has been that I got my first steady job. I’m able to make a decent amount of money and have a set schedule. Not to mention that the boys are incredibly sweet and my life would be simply incomplete without them.

Another perk to my year was being able to join the worship team at church. It was such a huge blessing and came at the perfect time. At the time it was so frustrating for me to not be able to do anything with my violin because I had been forced to quit orchestra (due to my elbow). Then suddenly (after praying and hoping for so long) we had a worship team.

In addition to all of that, I’ve gotten to watch several good movies and read some really great movies and discover some beautiful music. For school this year I read Jane Eyre By Charlotte Bronte. Wonderful, well written novel. Jane is such an amazing character with many inspiring attributes.

At last I have finally broken down and watched some of the Marvel movies, I have made my way through both of the Captain America movies, both of the Thor’s and The Avengers.

In regards to music I discovered Anthem Lights, re discovered Owl City and The Piano guys.

Anyway, its been a good year.

Thanks for reading 🙂

Jeremiah 29:11
For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

4 thoughts on “Looking back and moving forward

  1. wilsonpatx says:

    Happy Birthday! It’s going to be a wonderful year with many new and exciting experiences. Much love and blessings to you on your special day. God has amazing plans for you!

  2. melissa says:

    I love Jane Eyre. READER, I MARRIED HIM ❤
    Glad to hear you have a musical outlet! Hopefully it is not too much longer before you can resume lessons, too, if you want.
    Hooray for 15!

    • Ames says:

      It’s such a good book! It definitely qualifies as a favorite now.

      Yes, and its been a good opportunity to learn how to play with more than just stringed instruments.

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