Well, I went to another Cubs game yesterday and they lost. It was a really frustrating game. I try to hold out hope and believe, but it gets quite difficult in games like yesterday. Of course, I will always be a die-hard Cubs fan -- win or lose.
Maybe the Cubs are like my life... I continue to have so much hope only to be disappointed. Life has been a bit frustrating lately. Concerning my future and a job, I am still incredibly lost. I'm often afraid to hope...for a good job, for a good man, for friends. I'm not as strong as I seem. (I didn't get the Wheaton College job and I am incredibly confused). I need God's strength and I am trusting that he has a plan for my life and a reason for my wandering. I just wish I had a glimpse of his plan...
Friday, July 08, 2005
Okay, so the Cubs are breaking my heart, but at least we have Derrek Lee. My dad and I went to the Cubs game on June 13th and here is a photo from where we were sitting (third row behind home plate)...awesome seats, horrible game. I've just got to keep believing. :)
(I'm practicing adding pictures, hence this late post).
Posted by Dana Ellen Niesluchowski at 4:18 PM
Wednesday, July 06, 2005
I've been watching the reality show "Dancing With the Stars". It's a really fun and classy show that has "stars" learning different types of dances (tango, jive, quickstep, etc.) and then performing them and competeing with one another. It's reminded me how much I enjoy dancing. I think I'm going to look into taking some ballroom dancing and/or swing dancing classes through the local park district. Only thing is, I might need to find a partner.
Posted by Dana Ellen Niesluchowski at 10:34 PM
Tuesday, July 05, 2005
Yeah, so here goes! I've decided to join in the blogging community and keep people posted on my life. Of course, many of you know that I am horrible about keeping people posted, so I will try to do my best with this blog. I'm not completely sure how to use it, so you will have to help me (Mark, Dan, Nate, etc.). This should be an adventure. :)
Posted by Dana Ellen Niesluchowski at 11:04 PM