Whats good everyone! It’s definitely been a while since I blogged, but I’m trying to get back to it. This past year has been a rough one, but has also humbled a young brother in such a way that I will forever be thankful for the struggle. Many may know some may not know, but last year during the process of obtaining my Masters in Social work, I became unemployed.
It was a big change for your boy, because I was so used to working. It’s a great feeling when you want something, you could go get it because you were in a place to do it. But I guess somewhere in there, God had to challenge me again just so I wouldn’t forget where I came from.
He pretty much said, “playtime is over, and if you want this Masters, you are gonna have to work for it and show me your faith in me.” Being unemployed and being in a program that requires you to pretty much work full-time for free in those little things they call “internships” kinda makes it hard for you. Part time jobs were trash, and great opportunities would come, but I would have to choose it over finishing school because they wouldn’t work with my schedule.