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Monday, October 08, 2007
So today is one of those days where I've really enjoyed being unemployed. I woke up not late, at around 7:30-ish, but certainly leisurely, as I didn't get out of bed until 8. Then I took a walk, a shower, had some toast, and responded to some email. Then Terrence came over and we went out and rallied on the tennis court for probably about an hour. Then he, Joey and I had lunch at Del Taco (in case you don't know what that means, it means "of the taco"), one of my more favorite fast food places - EVER. Then we returned home and played Mario Party, where I thought I was on the top of my Mario Party playing ability (even though I was dead last). And now I have some time to look for some jobs, do a little graphic designing, go to the batting cages, and just chill out until my softball game later on tonight.
It's days like today where I really think I should start my own business.
My weekend was good. I made it to San Diego on Friday morning in two hours flat, which I thought was great time, considering I left at 8:15 a.m., right in the middle of rush hour. I hung out with my aunt and little cousins, including going to an orchid fair at their nearby botanical gardens. Then later on in the night we made dinner there...Danny came up and we had steak, baked potatoes, asparagus, corn and salad. I could only eat my baked potato, asparagus and salad. I love steak, but I am much, much more into side dishes. And right now my most favorite thing to eat are baked potatoes. They're a renewed novelty in my life.
Saturday morning I woke up and hung around my aunt's house for a bit before heading off to Mike & Kelly's wedding at Stone Brewery. The wedding was fun and the day was beautiful. And I had an unexpected bonus - Ryan came down for the wedding, so it was cool to see him, as well as others who I expected to see there. After the wedding, I hung out with my family a little longer and then drove back up to LA on Saturday night.
Sunday I went to church and was pleasantly surprised that it was World Communion Sunday, a liturgical day I enjoy simply because I love the thought and sentiment behind it. Then I went to lunch with some friends at Wahoo's and then went to the Oktoberfest celebration and had a great time listening to the oompah band while talking with friends and drinking beer. Then I came home and quickly put together a poster for an assignment for this one place where I've been interviewing. I was kinda really annoyed with being given an assignment, but this was easy-enough, as they supplied a bunch of photos and gave me the title of the documentary and stuff. It only took me about 1.5 hours to do, and even then I was being slow with it.
- Jenny, 10/08/2007 03:14:00 PM