Not really having spare money to buy Joshy a present :-(. But hey! It means I get to be creative!
Spending three and a half hours in the library trying to get Josh’s surprise gift printed (for 25 cents a page) and the darn printer just will not cooperate!
Josh texting me from home when he gets home from work all like, “Where’s mybaby and the dinner she was supposed to make me?” Fail. I’m thinking he would have been more blessed by me remembering to feed him than by his birthday present that totally didn’t work out.
No present + no dinner = not the super awesomest birthday ever
This is basically the awkwardest (worst) photo ever, but it is the only one I have from tonight
I got him Taco Bell and a muffin with seven bucks my mom gave me, so he’s pretty sure I still love him.
Soul Calibur IV date! It was only fun because we’re pretty evenly matched. There’s no way I would have let him win just because it’s his birthday . . .
I am so conquering that printer tomorrow.
Party this weekend with old and new friends 🙂
My grandma is coming up from PA to visit!
Family is coming from far and wide next week to spend some time on the lake.
The only job I’ve gotten an interview for so far is for the position that I want most of all! It went well, too! Please God, this is all in your hands . . .
Feeling hopeful about my IC symptoms after a routine appointment today.
The man I love said “Hey world!” 23 years ago today. Thanks, Mr. and Mrs. Thurston!
Josh is no longer the only one around the house that I call “baby.” Think a little bit about what that means . . . 😉
So something equally awkward and awesome that happened this week was that Josh and I created and hosted a 70s-themed Jeopardy game for our Pastor’s birthday party. Let’s just say the 70s was his era. I was “Alexa Trebek” and Josh decided that his attire suggested he should be named something uber-hippie, so he went with “Moon.” It was a blast, and the questions were awesome if I do say so myself.
Josh and I are spending a lot of time and energy getting involved with our church lately. It seems kind of silly in light of the fact that we are still struggling to find full-time jobs, but honestly . . . these are the people who give us the strength and support to get through these uncertain times. They are the one’s who remind us to trust in God–that He is in control.
Our faith family is with us through all of the awkwards and the awesomes 🙂
Making no money, so yeah, that’s a concern.
Our laptop’s keyboard has decided not to work again after the third time getting it “fixed.” Hello again, campus computer lab.
It rains a lot in Rochester even in the summer. Who knew?
A bunch of my theatre friends and I were so pumped for the Tony Awards, and then we got super busy . . . and forgot to watch them! Fail.
Going to a grand opening of a local bar and being told at the door “You can’t get in if you’re under 21.” “Um, I turned 21 in January. It says so on my ID . . .” “You say that, but it could be somebody else’s ID, and we can’t be liable.” “What??” “Well, okay, you can go in, but if you try to get a drink or even sit at the bar, we’ll kick you out.” WHAT?!?!? 1/22/1992 PEOPLE! I had two different guys tell me this same thing. So confused . . .
Applying for two positions at my alma mater of Roberts Wesleyan College where I would be working with people I know and love. Praying so hard!
Family vacation is less than two weeks away, and hey! Josh and I are pretty free with this whole unemployment thing going on:-)
Poutine. Living this close to Canada I had to try it. Wow.
Marshalls top, American Eagle jeans, Payless leopard flats, silver hoop earrings from who knows where, watch from Loomis Barn
Josh and I went to our friend Piko’s birthday party recently. Piko is from Ethiopia and is one of the most colorblind people I’ve ever met. It enables him to see people for who they really are and what they have to offer–and he is one of the most brilliant, well-rounded, warm, engaging people I have ever met as a result.
This backyard party boasted Russians, Jamaicans, Hungarians, Swiss, French, Africans from all over who spoke French, and then Josh and I . . . yeah, we felt pretty darn uninteresting lol. Oh, and then there was Piko’s girlfriend my classmate Rachel who is a black Jew. Can’t get much more interesting than that.
This group of people were the open and loving type that making conversation and laughter completely effortless. We were truly blessed to spend an evening with them.