Transitioning through the rain drops

My friend Rae once told me that when you see water in a movie, such as rain, a stream, a pond, etc., it was a sign that a transition was taking place. Because she was a cinema studies minor, I believe her.

And with this in mind, it seems fitting that it is constantly raining in Chico as I approach graduation.

I am in a transitional phase of life. Leaving the college lifestyle and entering the “real world” has to be the biggest transition I’ve been through since I arrived home from England in December 2008.

This rain is a good sign, or I am taking it as so at least. It’s the world’s way of telling me, “Yes, Marcia, you are on your way to new and bigger things.”

I’m sure once I have finished this transition, the sun will shine through the clouds, make it past the tree leaves and grace me with its warm embrace.

So until then, I will be singing, “The sun’ll come out, Tomorrow, Bet your bottom dollar, That tomorrow, There’ll be sun…”

-Marcia

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If Marcia Miller had to pick up everything and leave, then she'd make sure to grab a few things before she left. First, the duffel bag is a must, followed by her laptop and iPod. She grabs her journal next, along with every CD she owns - just in case. Miller pulls off the pictures and concert tickets that adorn her walls. A towel is going to be handy too - this she learned from "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy." Finally, she grabs a handful of pens and her trusty AP Stylebook, throws her duffel back over her back and picks up her purse. Closing the door behind her, she leaves her apartment, heads down the stairs and... Well, Miller heads to your office because she's ready to do a job. She is ready to move at a moment's notice, write what needs to be written, edit what needs to be edited, promote what you think the world needs to know about. Miller's got the personality, the skills and the spunk to succeed in any situation. She's not afraid of trying new things or getting her feet wet. Her moto: If an opportunity doesn't present itself, then create one.
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