Tuesday, March 10, 2009


I got my lady bits waxed today. Well. Not totally waxed Brazilian style, I got wax Jr. It was my first time, so I was a little (a lot) nervous. But, it wasn't bad! at all. Now, I'm excited to get it ALL yanked out. JOY!

I discovered 20somethingblogger.com, and it's all sorts of wonderful. Like minded people, writing cool stuff. Complaining. Showing me neat-o things on the interweb. Plus, it gives me something to do to pass the time at work.

On that note. OMFG. SERIOUSLY. I need a new job. Something more challenging. Something where I am ON me feet, moving, active, thinking. Barf. Back in 2004, I talked about I didn't want to work in a cubicle, ever. But here I am. Everyday.
Even then, I was planning to be a teacher. I wish I hadn't changed my mind. That was the right path for me. Now I've got to go to school all. over. again.

I found out about the Day Zero Project, from yourwishcake. It's an absolutely compelling project, and I want to take part. I am planning to start making my list now, and then start doing things once we return from the honeymoon. I'm excited to take on a new project.

Michael returns from Florida tomorrow afternoon. I'm pretty excited about that. We don't spend much time apart, so 5 days is a stretch.
Also, I need a haircut.


  1. haha, what a way to start. I've always wanted to try it...but, you can understand my reluctance.

    It's pretty funny and a bit ironic that you need a haircut.

  2. Hey! It's my first time on your blog so I feel kinda weird askin.. but did the wax hurt? I have been considering and heard not to go all the way the first time.

  3. My suggestion if you wanna be a teacher without having to commit the time and money right away to going back to school (this is what my husband is doing, btw):

    A lot of urban, low income school systems desperately need teachers to fill important gaps in their staff. I know that in Nashville, you have to have at least a 2.75 GPA (you don't even have to be done with your bachelors), pass the Praxis I and then the Praxis II in your subject area, pass a background check, be willing to pursue teacher certification, and some various minor things. I'm not 100% sure they need English teachers, nor do I know if you're close to enough Chicago/what their requirements are.

    It's worth a shot if you're serious about wanting to teach. You get intense training over the summer and take night classes in the fall to get certified to teach. Sometimes they even offer grants from the state if you promise to teach in that state for a certain about of years. In TN, it's up to $4,000 a year to cover tuition if you work 4 years in TN within 8 years of receiving the money.

    All you gotta do is look up an urban school system in your area and they'll most likely have an opportunity to teach.

    I say if you're not happy with your job, look for something else. :)

  4. Ahhh those hurt me but necessary though. So I do it in regular basis :P

    Enjoy 20sb, it's really amazing!



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