I barely get dressed every day. In fact, I am right now still in my pajamas. I applied for six jobs this morning. I had four cups of coffee and
Still, I persevere. I'm doing Jamberry which is fun but is definitely not enough to live on, especially since I am not so good at sales. I rearranged furniture in the entire house which was actually a great move, because we turned our living room into a bedroom for Tiger. Now our old dining room is our living room, and my office is our dining room. After all, there was no need for an office for me anymore, right?
I still go to church every Sunday, in fact I am now the leader for the 2x2 program at our church. It's a program designed to allow kids of any disability to be integrated into a regular Sunday school, just like everyone else. The previous leaders are leaving to go to another church, and I couldn't let the program just die out.
|Red and white dress, size 18. Can't even remember the name of it, but I've had it for at least 5 years. And my trusty red Target flats. I think you can tell I'm not thrilled with this look today, although I got lots of compliments.|
|Guess what. I wore this to church, and went right back to pajamas as soon as I got home. Just not feeling it lately, guys. I'm sure you can understand.|
Husband is back at work in the truck, and my daughter has a job interview this week also, with a data entry company that gives 40 hours per week Monday through Friday, and benefits. One of her friends already works there, so the interview is a formality more than anything else. If she does get the job, she's planning to move out with her best friend (who is married with a baby!) and that is just going to be the weirdest thing ever. Then Tiger will move out of the modified bedroom into her room, and I can finally have a proper sitting room next to my fireplace. I'm actually kind of happy about that. But I will miss her...just not her mood swings and crappy attitude. I have a feeling that once she's on her own, she'll realize how good she had it here and be a bit kinder. At least I hope so. We're also planning on her taking over the payments on my Durango once she gets the full time job. I've had enough of driving that behemoth, and she loves it because she's into "muddin." (That's Southern talk for driving a vehicle through mud and dirt and getting filthy.) My Durango is a 4x4 so it's perfect for that. Until I am working again, I can use hubby's Dodge Ram and then I'm hoping to get my first new car. I'm almost 40 and I've NEVER had a new car. Due to some excellent planning, I have some money set aside and I'm hoping to buy a vehicle in cash. But we'll see.
So I guess that's enough for now. Today is a student holiday so I'm going to drive one of my boys to a friend's house and I really should sit down and study my modifiers for my CPC in two weeks. Have a great day!