I’m so excited, because my photography class instructor, Nicole Gerulat, is going to post one of my shots, the one below, for her class up on the page for all the classes to see! I feel totally honored.
So I have some good news.
Had you going there, didn’t I? Nope. Not that kind of news. But isn’t that an adorable baby? : ) (Cheryl and Kim, I know you’re both shaking your heads right now.)
I’m getting internet next week! Okay, sorry, hope that wasn’t too much of a letdown. Also, I applied for a job at Gap, and actually – oh brave me – went in and met the manager, who said to get in touch with her in a few weeks. Seriously excited about some discount action, and the actual possibility of getting a job and contributing to the finances.
Otherwise, things are going well! Our campus ministry is already off to a great start, just hanging out with each other and getting to know each other better. I’ve almost completely unpacked the house, and it isn’t littered with moving boxes anymore. My photography class is going well, as is the middle school comedy/improv class I’m teaching. So things are well! What good things are going on with you right now?
Aaaand one more cute baby picture, for fun : )
Short Favorites Friday today. But a Favorites Friday nonetheless.
– Walmart’s $5 Movies. Okay, so you have to dig. But they have some amazing stuff. Like The Sandlot, Batman Begins, The Outsiders (introducing that to our campus ministry tonight, hopefully), and…
– Fried Green Tomatoes. TOWANDA!! If you haven’t seen it, what are you waiting for? Go out to Walmart and get it for five bucks! : )
– More cool stuff on pinterest. Did you even know about this? I didn’t.
– Game Night! At our place, with the campus ministry James and I help lead. So excited.
I think unpacking your house is worse than packing it. Here’s my reasoning. With packing, you have a deadline, you know where all your stuff is and technically where it’s going (your new place), and you have a set location for the objects – boxes. With unpacking I have no deadline (= little motivation), I have no clue where some of my stuff ended up, and figuring out where to put things so they actually look decent is eating up most of my time. But we’re in! That’s a good thing. And the house is gorgeous and like a peaceful cabin in the woods (which is fun during the day but a little creepy at night, still getting used to that).