Now... Life Update:
This past week has been a week of transition. I am finished with my internship at the Juvenile Justice Center and it was such a fantastic experience. I learned so much by being there and working alongside some pretty awesome people. With the end of that, I am turning in a resume at Family and Children's Center on Monday morning for a possible position of case manager. It's something that has been on my mind a lot, especially since my recent internship. I think it would be a good place for me.
This past Tuesday evening I went over to Bethel to help Leah get things situated in her room. She is living in a house that I used to live in, so it was cool to meet the new people living there. It was a lot of heavy moving, but we managed to make it work. I am not sure how we moved some of the stuff and we definitely felt like old women after we finished.
Wednesday morning I traveled down to Columbus, IN to visit my best friend Heather and her hubby Mike. I hitched a ride with Heather's mom. It was a spectacular time. Heather and Mike are moving into a house very soon and so we spent some of the time painting [good thing I was pretty much born with a roller in my hand]. Basically in 2 half days we completed 4 rooms [that's first AND second coat]. So I would say that it was a successful time.
I arrived back in Mishawaka yesterday with just enough time to shower, change, and pick up Dana to go up to Kalamazoo for Nate Taylor and Andrea Selent's wedding. It was such a fun night, but I was ready to go and sleep in my bed by the time we left.
Today is recoup/get ready for next week day. I am giving myself until noon to relax and then it is time to get to work. Later tonight I am pumped to meet up with some of my old RA friends to go to ihop for some euchre and hot chocolate and many many laughs. I am pretty sure that I almost wet my pants every time that I hang out with Korey, Michelle, and Courtney, and tonight is probably going to be no exception.
And tomorrow after church I am going to eat lunch with Leah and Amy. So that's definitely going to be a great time as well.
Yay for fun!