An idea from Meg.
Twenty years ago this month, in 1985, I began third grade at our middle/elementary school. This is the first time students can buy their lunch.
Fifteen years ago this month, in 1990, I began 8th grade. For the first time in my life, I "knew what I wanted to be when I grew up": a music teacher.
Ten years ago this month, in 1995, I started college at Baldwin-Wallace as a Music Education major.
Five years ago this month, in 2000, I was a radio news reporter/anchor for a local radio station. My future-husband announced he was leaving his news reporter job and taking a job in government.
Today, I'm doing public relations for a not-for-profit and some radio bits.
I still think of August and September as the beginning of a new year more so than January 1st. There's still enough that's happened in my life to reflect this line of thought.
In light of this week's Presidential election, here's an update on why the Electoral College is awful. Watch the original video afte...