Monday, February 05, 2007

There hasn't been much going on with me lately, hence my no posting, but I figured I'd bore you all with the details of what I am up to.
I put my Brak necklace up for sale on eBay, since it has seen no action on I am hoping it will not only generate interest in the necklace itself, but also in the other stuff I am trying to sell. I need money! Plus, I have so much cool jewelry around here that I make and then shove into a drawer somewhere. It deserves to be worn, damn it.
Also speaking of money, I finally sat down and calculated all of my debt a few weeks ago, and have been slowly recovering from my mild heart attack. It's not too bad, but it's still more than I should ever have. Debt has been heavy on my mind lately, since I am determined to one day get a handle on all of these bills and be in control of my money, not the other way around. So far I've made really good progress, so I am hoping I can keep it up and one day have no trouble getting a mortgage for a real, actual house of my very own. I'll get there.
Aside from that I have been cleaning up. Since Kane and I moved in to this condo, the mini-blinds in our bedroom have been coated with dust and some weird sludge-y type crap. It's gross, I tried to clean them once but quickly gave up when the cleaner was mixing with the dust-cakes and turning it into mud and smearing worse than before. So tonight I filled a big bucket with soapy water and cleaned the shit out of those blinds, and to my surprise they are actually white. Yay! Now I don't have to keep the curtains drawn in shame all the time! (See, I told you I would bore you.)
On Friday after work Kane and I are leaving to go to L.A. with Brianna and Robert for the weekend. I am excited to go and finally see it all for myself, and see if I could live there. But I am also scared, because I feel a lot of pressure to like it. Not from Kane or anybody, but from myself. But really I just want out of Arizona and a brand new start somewhere new, but I am trying to stay open to California and ignore all the negative crap I keep hearing. We'll see.
One last thing I did was I watched the Puppy Bowl yesterday. With a vacant yet exuberant smile on my face. Especially during the kitty halftime show. In case you missed it, you can see the highlights here.
See? Much more fun than football, and much cuter than watching Prince sashay his tiny ass across the stage in the rain!

1 comment:

Actions and Consequences said...

L.A.'s great. The traffic is just as bad as NJ so just think of NJ and you'll be fine. The area's are cool because your can be in walking neighborhoods and such. The landscape is actually quite nice.
THE people A B S O L U T L Y suck. Everyone is exactly the same. Make friends with non industry people, and you may be fine.
People only care about you if you are in the industry and what you can do for them. You can't escape the industry even in the local coffee shop.