"We have to love until it hurts. It is not enough to say, I love." We must put that love into a living action, and how do we do that? By giving until it hurts." Mother Teresa

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

apparently it's been awhile

My last blog is from back in February. Well somethings have happened since then, but not many. I completed student teaching, and it was FANTASTIC. It's amazing to realize that this is what I want to do with my life. And that is easier said than done. I have been going on many interviews with no success. It is difficult and heartbreaking. I am trying to keep my head up, and stay positive. This week I had two rejections, and it's okay. The one job I didn't really want. I am trying to keep my hopes realistic for a teaching job in Southern Indiana, but they have called my references. So small yay!

Obviously the big news of my summer is that I graduated. The day of I was so excited, and really proud of myself. I worked really hard at bringing up my GPA to a 3.02, and I have 9 graduate credits (the lowest grade of those being a B!) But with the suckiness that has been this summer it just isn't enough.

I got a part time job, which I loathe, but I am grateful to have a job. It is nice to have some money coming in, since I am living at home I have no extra living expenses. It is weird "living at home." I put that in quotes because the majority of my things are in boxes, and I am staying the guest room. The only way one could identify me living here is the state of the room which is littered with my dirty laundry.

I after I left my interview at Jeffersonville I felt that I could actually live there. It is a could size city, that is a suburb of Lousiville. It is about 2 hours from Indy with an awesome outlet mall about half way between the two! I like that it is located in a place that will give me options of things to do. I loved living up at Purdue, but there wasn't much to go do in town.

My obsession with TV shows is growing. Last summer I started watching "The Cleaner" A&E. It started again this summer, and it has been amazing. One other perk to living at home is that I have a DVR in my bedroom. If you are able to get AT&T U-Verse do it! Right now we have Showtime free for a month. I love show time because it has Dexter, and they started a new show "Nurse Jackie." I LOVE medical shows. I don't know what I would watch without medical shows and cop shows.

Recently my love of TV shows has shadowed my love of movies. Next on my Netflix queue I am getting "Numbers." Also if you are an avid movie/tv show viewer like myself (and my bff, megan, yes I just said bff) get Netflix.

Megan and I have decided to write a play. I'm sure it won't happen because neither of us have any follow through on our great plans. I mean I started this blog a year ago, and I can even muster up the energy to write it....

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