I had two interviews last week: one of them called me to tell me that so and so will be calling to schedule a second interview (I'm still waiting for that; I expect to hear on Monday) and the other one was just yesterday so I wouldn't hear anything yet, but I think the interview went really well.
I've been spending my time getting ready for the really exciting thing happening next month. Actually I spent all day doing that today. I had to drive to Tahoe City to do so. That was a nightmare. Absolutely no snow-seriously- none on the road, but the congestion caused from people pulling on and off the shoulder to put on their chains- for who knows what reason- made the trip take two hours longer (twice as long- took four, should have been two) than it should have! But, I'm super, duper excited. Hopefully just three weeks from today, but maybe 3.5!
Yesterday, I was feeling totally fine, had my good interview, etc. Got in the car to go home from my interview and on the way home, all of a sudden, I had a horrible, really intense pain in my side. Went home, downed four Tylenol immediately, laid on my bed and wished I was dead, vomited a few times, and then, finally, went to the ER. I had a kidney stone! I waited so long at the ER for them to evaluate, that by the time they got to me, I refused pain meds and had already passed it. I was proud of myself for not having to get drugs. But, I admit, that most people do not get and pass kidney stones that fast. I might have skipped the drugs, but the whole ordeal was only about eight hours. Eight horrible hours, but whatever.
No photos from any of this. Sorry! Nothing is photo worthy except my hospital band and its covered in personal info so I think, no.
Ya'll pray that I get a job soon, ya hear?
Oh, and PS- My birthday was last week too. Hence the background. But being new here, all I did was go to dinner with my Mom. I don't know anyone else here yet. But it was still good.