I've been feeling consistently indecisive this week. Maybe I should just chalk it up to pure laziness. "To do" lists don't help. I need a push and a shove to get me out of this funk.
I did manage to wiggle out some enthusiasm and I finally created and printed out my wedding invitations. They're fairly simple. Troy is very happy with how they came out. Hopefully I'll have them mailed out by the end of next week. I'll post photos of them online after I stuff everything in the mail.
I have two interviews coming up next week. One is for a full time administrative position and the other is for a part time sales job. Both of them pay average, crappy rates. Troy really wants me to get the part time job because I would only have to work weekends. He wants me to keep helping him with his walkie rental business. I also kind of want the part time job simply because I want to keep working as a production assistant. I've never loved a job as much as I love that job. Unfortunately I need more money than a part time job or production assistant gig can give. So we may have to put what we want to the side until we are married. I don't know, can you sense my indecisiveness?
On a happy note: I'm really thankful that I lost 2lbs instead of gaining any weight this week. I'm not sure how I lost weight. I haven't been following my diet plan at all. I keep hoping I can get married in jeans. lol I know, I know - that's not going to happen.
I'm one of the nutty ones. I'm a sucker for Sci-Fi, Horror and things that make you go "boo hoo." I'm a lover of love, animals, music, viDeo GaMes & handmade items. Basically, I'm the girl next door that's not afraid to say what she feels when she feels it and how she feels it. I sing, compose music, make handy little things and work as a production assistant for commercials and promos. Oh, and just in case you didn't realize it - I'm the girl you just fell in ♥ with! But don't worry, I'll ♥ you back. :D
Never let someone tell you that the negative experiences in your life aren't worthy of your emotional response to them. There will always be someone that lived a harsher experience. That shouldn't diminish the gravity of what you went through; and it should never disrupt the healing process you must go through. - Denisse Sangiovanni