Tommorow night I have our new babysitter coming for the first time. I have to get an interview outfit for Wed. Job interview on Wed . Nervous On Saturday night I have a date- More nervous.
Can't decide if I am more nervous for the interview or the date. I am thinking date. It is a widower that I met at one of our support group dinners. Nice guy so we shall see. Didn't do much this weekend as it is soooo hot. 104 here today. I have been inside cleaning/organizing a bit. I guess that means I got something accomplished !
Good for you for the cleaning/organizing - I have been inside all day laying on the couch reading the paper and making small attempts to keep the girls occupied.
DATE??? Good for you! What to wear for that?
Best of luck wit the new sitter and interview outfit shopping - are you going to a mall or various stores? We just went to a new TJ Maxx and I thought they had some really great stuff that wouldn't break the bank. I am due for some new clothes. Currently wearing 4 year old shorts, free promotional t-shirt from an '09 movie.
Can't wait to hear about babysitter/outfit - more details about the guy too
Thanks Ladies. I am nervous/excited for both the date and the interview~ I also got called skinny today! I guess the exercise is paying off as well. It doesn't seem like the scale is moving but I am losing inches. Which doesn't make sense to me.
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