This Not So Blue Monday started off with me waking up anxious, nervous, nauseous, and dragging my feet into the office.
Now how does this beginning still count as a NSB Monday? It's because this day was honestly riddled with good things. Let's count them down :)
I turned in two applications for jobs at Oakwood. The hardest part about knowing that your current job is ending in less than a week, is trusting that God will move in His time. I spoke to both departments with positions to be filled and hopefully one will come through for me much sooner rather than later... One is a job I can do and one with a job that I want to do... Oh yeah, I practically burst into tears while talking with the director of the PR department where I want to work... She said it's ok and shows my passion.
After work, Cherie & John picked me up and we all went to see the 911 Reporters downtown in the park. The concert was awesome & I got a bunch of really fun shots.
|911 Reporters at Concerts in the Park|
|I loved how these little girls were dancing together. Kids are awesome!|
I finished spinning the pink roving last evening & soaked/hung it overnight. So this evening, I plied the brown I spun with the pink. It looks nice & I discovered plying is much easier than spinning since there's no drafting :) I'm calling it 'Strawberry Quick.' I don't think I have enough to really make anything of substance, but it's my first handspun & plied yarn! Hurray!
Doggy cuddles... My dogs decided that I was spending too much time working on my yarn and writing, so they pulled a hostile takeover of my roving and lap.
|Toot says, "Pay attention to meee! Look I can spin it too!"|
|This is us not caring about what you though you were doing. Your lap is ours!|