I haven't been terribly productive this weekend, which I enjoyed terribly. I was spent after Friday and much enjoyed Saturday's peace. I finally finished Eldest, which was an excellent book, I must say, but then, that's just the way my mind works. I'm happy because I've started reading The Vagina Monologues. I've actually never read it before and missed the opportunity to see it performed on campus. So I decided, after all the feminist classes I had taken, it was time. I plan to read The Chronicles of Narnia next before the movie comes out in December. Never read those either. I saw The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe when I was in fifth grade, but of course i don't remember any of it. Except there was a lion, a witch, and a wardrobe. I also want to see the original movies.
Still a little nervous about telling my boss about the law school position. I know I can't delay. I need to give her as much advanced notice as possible, to be respectful at least. However, I want to be sure I have the go-ahead. I expected a formal email requesting my response, but I haven't received one yet. If I don't hear anything by lunch tomorrow, I will probably give the manager a call and ask when I am expected to begin the position. I specifically told his supervisor that I needed to give my boss two week's notice, and I am uncertain as to whether or not the phone call on Friday was the two week's notice, specifically since at the interview on Thursday the woman told me she would get back to me in a week, and I heard back the next day. So I'll give the manager a phone call tomorrow morning to sort it all out. Then bring on the bad news.
Thus far, Dash has gone through five toys. Shredded. Not even a square inch of material left. I'm afraid he might swallow the rubber bone we got him, so I've decided to hide it.
Chicago White Sox just gained four runs, making the score 6-4 against the Houston Astros at the bottom of the seventh. This house is not happy. Out comes the beer.
Oh, and I was sad this morning. Because we watched college football for a little while. Where college students and fans came out to watch their teams play. And for the first time ever, I actually wished we had had a football team. Then we turned to the SF 49ers, who got their asses handed to them for the fifth time this season. Score was something like 52-10 in the end or something. Sad.
*gulp gulp gulp*