Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Filling up the social calendar

I think this move to San Antonio has been a good thing.  Though I was quite busy back in Canyon with church and speech events, I didn’t really have much in terms of a social life aside from the brief dating stint with Matthew.  So in the next week I have a wedding reception in Austin for my friend Brent and his husband on Saturday.  I have a real date with a guy I met from eharmony on Sunday.  I’m going to the Journey concert with Marty next Wednesday.  I can’t really complain about much these days.

But of course I’ll complain a little.  I got an email today that indicated that I had to give the ESL teacher the books that I had already packed up.  So I had to dig through boxes to find a classroom set of four different books.  It wasn’t too daunting since I packed all those books in specific boxes, but it was a pain.  I’m also having issues with working on the school website.  I want to do more than the website building software will allow me to do.  But I’m finding ways to work around it. 

I went to band rehearsal tonight.  Can’t say that it’s getting better.  There were a lot of people missing tonight.  All we did was read through music again – playing a few more pieces.  I’m even playing 1st part on one of them.  The same lady with the horrible sound is there.  It’s still painful to sit there.  But I still want to play so I’ll probably stick with it.

Today I pretty much focused on the school website.  Tomorrow I’m going to call another librarian who should be able to walk me through the process of getting my new books into the catalog.  I have some students that come in the morning to help me so I’m having them stamp the books. 

Last night I had some kind of allergy attack.  I couldn’t stop sneezing and such.  I took a benadryl which helped, but it took a while to kick in.  I was really tired this morning.  And I’m tired now, so I’m going to head to bed.


Jamie said...

WOO HOO! Life is good, that makes me smile. Have fun, girlie! :)

63mago said...

Hey - you'll become a social butterfly in no time! :) Seriously, I think it is a good thing, a good start - it's good to see you doing different things - I knock on wood, three times, done.