Just the other day, my husband and I were talking about being adults. You see, I’ve known my husband for over half of the thirty-something years that I’ve spent on earth. We were reminiscing about the times of old and how we have both grown into totally different people. Our conversation was very positive as we talked about several different aspects of our lives. It was a fun conversation. We stayed up half the night laughing and talking. I really enjoy it when life slows down long enough for us to have moments like that.
Not only did we talk about our personal transformations, but we also talked about the transformations that have occurred around us. Take for instance our college alma mater. We are both members of the Auburn family (class of 2001) and as I’ve mentioned several times before, we want our children to become a part of the Auburn family as well. On one of our attempts to
brainwash our children show our children around the campus, we quickly found that things were very, very different from when we were students on the Plains. Did it make the campus any less amazing? Did it make us not want to send our children to Auburn University?
Change is inevitable. Seasons change. Friends change. Styles change. Prices change. Places change. Minds change. I think you get my drift. The thing is, change is not always a bad thing. In fact, change can be a very powerful thing. I can think of at least three things at this moment that I’ve changed about myself that have indeed made me a better person.