After a good two week break from the blogging biz, I am returning. As I said before, there wasn't a whole lot to report. There was me not having a job for two weeks, and I just couldn't make that exciting enough for you.
Just got home from another hockey game. We lost 13-4 to the undefeated team and were without our best player Mike, so our five players versus their six were pretty outnumbered. I managed to sneak in three goals, but we did lose by nine. I did manage to use six different numbers in those previous two sentences....make that seven in the previous three...or eight....thats nine.
Tomorrow I have a job interview. Bout time right? It is with another agency. I will be doing a computer skills assesment as well. So hopefully by this time next week I will have a job. It is a breath of fresh air to have some progress on the job hunt. Three weeks at home is about all I can take.
Happy birthday to Donna. Wish I could be there! Miss ya
Good luck Shelby in CA. Can't wait to hear about it. I need you to introduce me to a few people out there in LA.
If you're reading this and you're from Wisconsin. Good luck with the rest of your winter. Same goes for New England.
Jon, saw the manager from Flight of the Conchords in a late night interview last night. Funny guy. Look him up. His name is Rhys Darby.
Mom, there's a commercial here for a phone company that says "Have you called your mum lately?" Sorry I haven't talked to you in so long. Lets have a chat soon.
Anyone at g housen reading, I'm really missing those 12 hour Saturdays and Sundays in Vermont. Especially going over HogBack Mt. Can't wait to tackle it again.
Gram, miss ya. I'll write you soon.
Bear, I need you to cook up these meat trays. Just sitting here still.
Up with People people, keep doing your thing. The world is better because of it.
Goodnight, I'll leave you with a quote from the movie The Wedding Singer that was played on TV here on Friday night:
Adam Sandler's character Robbie at a job interview for a bank:
"No, sir, I have no experience but I'm a big fan of money. I like it, I use it, I have a little. I keep it in a jar on top of my refrigerator. I'd like to put more in that jar. That's where you come in."