Well, guys, I think Taiwan is really going to happen!
Side note. It's funny, you know? I start to feel like, because I am not afraid to chase my dreams, I intimidate people. Going to work for Disney, though, taught me that just because I dream about doing something doesn't mean it can never come true. I know, I know. Disneyland, Where Dreams Come True, blah blah blah. Seriously, though. It was a dream I'd had ever since I was little, and I went for it, and it happened. And, while I didn't love every single minute, I still loved that I was fulfilling my dream. I proved myself that I can do things, and I can do them without having someone to hold my hand every step of the way.
Which brings me to Taiwan. I can do this. I am making this happen. I am getting support along the way, but no one else can make this happen except for me. Dad and I had our passports arrive in the mail today, and that was really the first step. Last night, I emailed my Brother O. and asked him to fill out my Academic Reference Form. Today I emailed my Bishop for the Character Reference and took the Employment Reference form to my supervisor at work. Then I called ILP's office to talk to the Taiwan rep about her experience, among other things, and set up my interview while I was at it. Next Monday, that's what I'll be doing.
Also, my Day Zero Project goals? Coming right along. I got my credit card today and just have to pay it off every month to check it off. And I have completed 12 other goals now. Things are looking good in life!
(Also, FeFe sent me some GREAT Trifecta pictures the other day, and I have rarely laughed so hard over a picture, but those ones did it.)