As I type, my roommates and Jared (Annie's brother) are talking about passion they have for things.
People have passion for things like music, their jobs, puzzles, sports, and hating the Yankees (that would be Joleen).
Something I've struggled with recently is the fact that I don't think I have a passion for much.
Some might think I'm passionate about my job because I spend a lot of time with it. Not completely. I do love my students. Not much can make me happier than having a kid say my class is his favorite or to see a student succeed in my class when she isn't doing well in other classes. At my conferences, I hear FACS teachers talk about how passionate they are about FACS programs. I actually don't know that I'm completely passionate about my program. I could probably teach anything and still feel the same way about my students.
I do love friends. Can friendship be a passion? I'm a pretty crappy friend, though. :) You've all been the victim of me not visiting or calling for months/years. But I love you. A lot.
Other than that, I can't think of much...though Jared pointed out that I'm pretty passionate about Harry Potter. Might be true.
Oh yes...this picture brings me joy.
Is it too late to develop passion for something?
Am I really passionate about something that I just don't see? If so, will you tell me?
I kind of feel like a dud.
Like I have no hobbies.
Or no interests.
Realization is hitting that I'm a loser! :)
Any suggestions for me?
What are your passions?