I have tickets to see The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1.
I told you I'm a sucker for the teen stuff! How about you? Are you on board for another episode of sparkly vampires and shirtless werewolves?
Alana and I have read the books and watched the movies. We've chosen our seats and printed out our advance purchase tickets. We're ready to go! Come on November 18!
The kids' passports arrived today.
And guess what? We've booked and paid for our round the world airplane tickets. No way! WAAAAY!
I made a photobook using snapfish.
I used to scrapbook, once upon a time. But then I stopped using film and started taking all my photos digitally. And got really lazy about printing them out. So all my family photos from the last few years are either sitting in a file folder on my computer or in a Facebook album or on this blog. For shame!
I'm getting together with some girls I went to school with in a couple of weeks time. We try to get together once or twice a year. Sometimes we make it a family affair and all bring our partners and kids, but this time we're just doing a girls-only lunch.
One of the girls suggested that we should each bring along some photos of the kids, and that's what prompted me to get my act together and put together a little album.
I found snapfish easy to use and good value.
How about you? Do you scrapbook? Make digital albums?
I still don't have a permanent library job.
The whole looking-for-work thing is getting me down. I've done some casual work in a library and I loved it. I believe that I did a good job and that my employer would like to give me more work if it becomes available. I also know that if something permanent or some contract work comes up, I'll have to apply and interview along with everyone else. No guarantees.
Jobs that I'm seeing advertised are generally for librarians with a significant amount of experience.
I really don't mind starting at the bottom. I'm just more than ready to get up, get dressed, put my makeup on and go to work in the morning. I also have all kinds of ambitions for my career, and I can't really make a start on it until I have a job!
So there you go, you're all caught up! What have you been up to?