001. Ride the light rail train downtown and back
002. Travel outside of the country
003. Go hiking at 5 state parks (0/5)
004. Go camping/tenting
005. Go to a hockey game (Wild or Gophers)
006. Go to a Twins game in the new stadium
007. Go to an apple orchard
008. Visit the new TCF Stadium
009. Visit an out-of-town art museum
010. Go to a book signing even if I don't know the author
011. Go to an outdoor concert
012. Walk around downtown Hudson
013. Go tubing on the Apple River
014. Go to Camp Snoopy and ride the rides
015. Go to a water park
I'm in a better mood than previously. I haven't been focusing too much on the job search, so it's easier to push it to the back of my mind and pretend it's not a big deal. Besides, there's so much else going on in my life.
Troy and I closed on our house on the 4th of February. We've got all of the major walls painted, and today I started painting the accent wall for the master bedroom. There's also a little bit of touch-up work to do around moldings and in corners, but other than that it's all set.
We've got most of the furniture we need, although we're still trying to find some bookshelves for the office, and some sort of storage thing for
She might or might not be in a terrible mood. It keeps fluctuating from moment to moment. It's the job hunt that's really starting to get to her. She has a part time job, 15 hours a week, but she has to get up at 5:30 in the morning, and it's just not something she thinks she can do for several more months.
It doesn't help that her fiance just got promoted at work. And he's the one who's footing all the bills for the forseeable future. So she not only feels bad that he's the sole provider, but she feels like a loser for not being able to find anything.
Admittedly, the job market is extremely competitive right now. People who have years and