Where Dani writes about… just about everything!
Now that I have spare time on my hands, it’s actually shocking!
But tomorrow is Halloween, which Jason and I are looking forward to! Matt has bravely volunteered to come along with us, which relates to the whole pulling my chairs out for me thing that I covered in one of my previous posts in here. I guess he’s using this as an opportunity to take time out from job hunting, because he’s set to graduate with his associate’s degree here in December and is looking for jobs he can work with that degree while he works on his bachelor’s. As for me, since my degree plan is larger and more comprehensive… graduation isn’t going to be as immediate as some of my friends. At least, it won’t be if I go as far as I want to go, which is to RN!
I’ve never had to think about business greeting cards, because I don’t own my own business… yet. But it is an appealing idea to be able to work from home, and to have my very own business at that, so I suppose the next step in the process would be to know where to get business greeting cards. Once I get to that point, I’m thinking about getting my business greeting cards from BrookhollowCards.Com. They have some really nice looking cards on their site, and their prices aren’t too bad, either! In addition, they have a lot of nice things that you can really use for your business, such as little calendars, too. I really like those, and I might buy one.
I suspect that Matt is going to be waiting on me hand and foot for as long as I let him, or for as long as he thinks he can get away with it. So far, he’s brought cocoa up to school to let me drink, and he’s also shared several snacks with me in between classes on several occasions. Not to mention the fact that, as always, he’s pulling out chairs for me left and right whenever I actually have to sit down to do anything… aw.
But on another note! If this semester weren’t so brutal, I would consider writing something for this year’s NaNoWriMo since I’ve seen the idea tossed around in several of the blogs that I read. However, I don’t feel that I have the time to dedicate to it… at least not enough time to clear the 50,000 word requirement. If NaNoWriMo happened during another month, I might consider doing something like that next semester, when my course load is anticipated to be a little bit lighter. My degree plan says that I can fit in one English elective, and I’m thinking creative writing would be more up my alley than anything else. I’d also like to take Nutrition, maybe finish another developmental math class and knock out the last one required to allow me to take college algebra, and finish up the last of my United States history courses. When I was in high school, no one bothered to take the time to do anything about my struggles with math because I was “[so] good” at everything else, which was one of many reasons why I dropped the gifted curriculum a month in my junior year.