Wednesday, October 17, 2007


Ah, just kidding. I found out today that I am not going to lose my job. I was filled with relief and sadness. Relief because I hate looking for new employment- sadness because I had big plans for my unemployment. I was going to take a month off, maybe go to Thailand, just veg and "find myself" or whatever. But alas, it's not meant to be. I'm ok with it though. I like my job. It's flexible and I love the people I work with- sometimes I like forced change though, I guess I am just going to have to force my own change in other areas of my life.

This week I am staying at a friends house while they are out of town. It's been nice. I love my roommates, but I am remembering what it was like to live on my own. I kinda miss it.

Tonight I went to my parents house to visit with them. My mom and I watched Dancing with the stars. She informed me that you are only allowed to vote on your phone 10 times (I was not aware there was voting involved) and that she voted for Marie Osmond 10 times on her cell phone, 10 times on her home phone and my dad voted on the Internet. My mom is all about supporting the Mormons. I am sure if I was there last night she would have voted ten times on my phone. She is so adorable (my mom, not Marie- although Marie isn't so bad). My mom also proceeded to show me all the country videos she "teboed" (Tvod). I HATE country music- she knows this, but still insists that I watch the newest country video. Gotta love Sonja.

5 comments:

ThomCarter said...

The only way I go back to having roommates is if I am living with a woman (married for all you dirty minded people)

Sarita said...

Yay for employment. And boo for not getting to go to Thailand and collect unemployment.

Alyssa Barlow said...

hey, I watched dancing with the stars with my mom too this week! Would love a good episode of it with Sonja! Ha-- I can just picture the tears now! "That was JUST beeutiful, don't you think Lyssa?"

Dainon. said...

Gotta love the Mormons, especially when you mom's one of the funniest women I've never met. That story kinda made my evening.

Sunny said...

Oh how I miss Sonja!