Again, I know it’s been a while since I posted last. Same excuse as last time. You try working thirty hours a week, going to school full time, planning a wedding, volunteering for your church three days a week, rehearsing for a Christmas musical, and keeping up on a blog. Ha! I didn’t think you could do it either.
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So with all the wedding plans a-going on, one thing on our list of things to do was find a place to live. Kinda big, huh? Our first place.
So, I started looking. A friend of ours had recently moved to an apartment in HB and seemed to like it, so Becky and I went over last week to check it out. It wasn’t bad, it just seemed pretty run-of-the-mill for an average price ($1300 a month for a 1 bedroom). Not to be discouraged, we kept looking. Blair told us that the best places to look are either by just driving around or looking in the classifieds because the big complexes that put their names in the online searches tend to overcharge.
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First, I woke up. I brushed my teeth, took a shower, and dressed my self. Then I walked to my car, started it, and drove to work.
I parked, walked to my office, and sat at my desk.
I worked at my desk for four and a half hours or so, and then my co-workers and I went to lunch
a>. I ordered: a salami sandwich, some chicken, some rice, and a tuna melt. I finished most of it.
I went back to work for another five and a half hours or so, walked to my car, and drove home.
I went by Becky’s house to pick her up, and we drove to the church.
We helped out in high school youth group, then we started to make our way back home. We stopped at McDonaldâ€™s for dinner. I finished all of it.
I watched some television, and now Iâ€™m blogging.
So I finished Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince last night.
If you haven’t read it yet, get off your butt and go read it. If you have read it, um, read some more fantasy while you’re waiting for book 7. (I’d recommend The Wheel Of Time by Robert Jordan)
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