There's a lot of things to be thankful for. My health, my family's health, my job and my kitties. I think it's important to reflect on positive things. I had the interview today and I'll find out about the job later. I'm very nervous to find out whether I got it or not. Either way, I still have a good job.
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
I had a very busy day. Too busy. I'm hoping tomorrow can calm down but it's not looking good for me.
I spent over an hour getting to the hair salon and getting my hair colored and cut. That was one of my problems.
We saw the Foo Fighters last night. I stayed up too late and got up too early. Thank goodness for coffee and tea!
Gary Clark Jr. opened and he did a great job!
We were complete nosebleed seats. There was no one behind us!
I love how my hubby refuses to smile in photos. He likes to look mysterious.
My hubby's company went through major layoffs. So far, he is still there. I'm praying that stays for awhile!
I have a job interview tomorrow! I've done a lot of preparation for it. Fingers crossed that I'll do good. It's a raise if I get it!
Dave broke his leg. Nate (the bass player) had a baby. The Foo Fighters put out a great two and a half hour show with no encore. They played tons of great tunes and I did enjoy the show.
Monday, September 28, 2015
We had a great camp site with a nice lake view and view of Mount Scott.
The first evening it rained and the fire didn't go out! I was really impressed!
The next day we went for a little hike and took some photos.
Mount Scott was initially closed due to weather but the weather cleared up. We tried to walk up it but that was frowned upon by Rangers.
To the east, Oklahoma is crazy flat. The campground was behind me somewhere, on the other side of the lake.
To the west is the wildlife refuge and lots of hills. It's very pretty.
We had a gorgeous sunset that evening.
The following morning was a very cool sunrise. At this campground, reservations aren't accepted. Just pick a spot and pay the fee collector the following day. We were honest and paid for our two nights but we could've gotten away with a free night. It was $20 per tent per night.