There has been a bunch of coincidences today. The first is this…
THE 500TH DAILY JORGE POST IS BEING POSTED ON MY 18TH BIRTHDAY!!!!!!
Okay, so, this is my 498th post, and in two days I’ll be posting my 500th post. In two days I also celebrate turning 18. That is so weird. I honestly didn’t plan that. I swear!
But that’s really cool. Honestly, having my blog celebrate a large milestone in time alongside myself is probably one of the best gifts I could’ve asked for…
But, speaking of gifts, I think it’s time for a birthday list. Don’t worry, this one’s not long or extravagant. It might actually be the first that’s not…
Anyways, here I present:
A LIST OF THINGS THAT WOULD BE VERY COOL IF I HAPPENED TO GET FOR MY 18TH BIRTHDAY:
1. To Be Able to Purchase the domain, “thedailyjorge.com”
I have been thinking seriously about this for a while. Now that this blog has come quite a ways, the fan base and readership has been growing, and that I have proven that I can post consistently, about stuff people think is interesting enough to read, I want to have my own domain. And that would seriously be the coolest thing ever, to own “thedailyjorge.com,” as opposed to simply “thedailyjorge.wordpress.com.”
2. A Job
Seriously, being broke sucks. And even though I’m going to college (and will therefore be broke, almost by definition), I’d still like to have at least a little bit of spending money to not be completely broke my entire freshman year. Also, I have a few things I’ve been meaning to buy…
3. Meaningful Time Spent With Friends
So, I’m lucky enough to be hosting my second party, this year. Again, it’s just a small barbecue/grill-out/pot luck with friends. But this might be one of my last times seeing some of these people, and hanging out with them. Also, I know that a lot of good friends of mine won’t be there, but that doesn’t mean they are excluded. I still hope I get to spend quality time with them soon, before some of that may no longer actually be possible.
So, that’s my list. Not a ton to it. Haha.
Today’s Daily Gratitude is for Miranda, one of the old employees of the program who visited, and although I didn’t get to see her long today, it seriously made me so very happy to see her again, and to know she’s doing well. I’m praying for her, especially as she travels back to Georgia here soon. I love you Miranda. Thank you for being.