Friday, August 19, 2005

I'm not entirely sure where to begin upon my arrival back into Idaho. Perhaps I should start with my in-flight terror of being sick on both flights back. Or maybe it would just be best to skip ahead a few days and say that after going to the emergency room with Lacey and her mother in what I can now declare the "creepiest roommate moment" to date, I'm doing MUCH better. Seriously, that's all you need to know. You don't want to know all the details. Besides, I'm not dooce. I would divulge these things, but eh, I don't want to type them up and you would be grossed out after you read it all anyway. Consider yourself saved!

Anyway, I'm now in the two-bedroom apartment with my brother. After a deal, I ended up getting the big room. The deal being that, if and when we break the lease and move out of here, Brandon will get the master bedroom in the house and I'll get the other room. I know. I'm getting the short end of the deal in the long run, but honestly, I don't think we'll be getting that house anytime soon. I'm not so worried.

These last two days, I've been slowly buying things to furnish the apartment with. Unlike last year, where the apartment was fully furnished, Brandon and I have to furnish this apartment. So far, I've bought a desk, bookshelf, desk chair, plate set, and other house items. Thankfully I haven't spent that much money on all of these items either! I was worried that things would be expensive and would rack up a bill that I couldn't handle for the apartment, but that hasn't been the case at all. I've found some great sales on items and that's how I got this new swanky desk which I'm typing on! Before which, of course, I could've gotten on the computer and typed away but I have issues with sitting on the floor and typing. Don't ask.

Oh! I'm happy to report that I got the job that fits PERFECTLY into my schedule. It's a cake job, but hey, that cake job is helping to pay the bills! The interview went amazingly well. Again, I can't thank Nancy enough for her help! Nancy, you rock the fscking cazba! So, yeah, I'll be working that job and paying for things with the money I get from it.

Other than that, I'm getting ready for school here. Classes start on Monday, a week earlier than they did last year. I'm not complaining though. We get out for winter break for A WHOLE MONTH because of that extra week AND we get A WHOLE WEEK for Thanksgiving. I know, you're probably like...so? Well, the thing is, we haven't either of those for the last two years since I've started, so it's a big deal to finally get more break. I know too many people that get more break than me at college and this is just payback. Haha!

I'm out for the night. I have a funny "Overheard at..." to post, but I'll do it later. Thanks for the comments and well wishes! I've missed the blogging world while I've been away.


Also, I'd like to extend my MILLIONS of thanks to Lacey and her family. I owe them so much. Although, the emergency room was...well, it was what it was. I'm thankful that I was with you guys and that you took care of me. It really means the world to me to know that I have such good friends that I can depend on who I know love and care for me. Thanks!

3 comments:

Bree said...

aha ha ha! Kid, you make me laugh.

Like I said, I knew what I was getting into when I agreed to to be your friend.

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Okay, maybe I didn't EXACTLY know what I was getting into. At least it's been effing funny, yeah? O_o

Then again, everything's funny to the person not wearing the hospital gown. XD

rainydayinmay said...

oh my gosh... i have a bazillion nightmare ER moments there.... just last october we were there on vacation and i got food poisoning and ended up admitted into mercy in nampa. i have been in all of them, and they are evil but my least favorite (other then the caldwell hospital from hell) would be st. als....
forget this comment. its nearly midnight here and so i am rambling about nothing...

Thister said...

Haha! Well, it wasn't so much a nightmare as it was...creepy. I don't mind being around Lacey and her mom, but being around them near-nude in a robe was something else.

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