Friday, March 26, 2010


Guess what I saw scuttling across my living room floor this morning?


I knew that this would happen eventually; when we were in Savannah June 2008 for our honeymoon, we saw many-a-cockroach roaming the streets at night.  It was gross.  But having one in my house is even grosser.  I had to chase this guy from the living room into my bedroom closet, spraying him with roach spray all the while, then watched him suffer for about ten minutes before he finally called it quits; I actually began to feel bad for him.  No worries, though; I called the landlord and was informed that if they're big (and this guy was BIG), they're outdoor roaches and nothing to worry about (other than the fact that they may crawl up your leg, and (did I mention?) they can FLY).  Ick.

On to nicer news, this weekend was GORGEOUS, so we drove to Tybee and hit the beach on Saturday:

It was REALLY nice; I can't wait until it's warm enough to go swimming!

Sunday morning we checked out a church that's not too far from our house, New Covenant.  We really liked it a lot, so I think we're going to stick around.

After church, we hit up the mall where they were having auditions for Wheel of Fortune.  My name got drawn for a chance to be on stage, which was so cool!

AND I TOTALLY SOLVED THE PUZZLE!  My phrase was "The Voice of Reason."  And they gave me this sweet fannypack:

I find out within a few months if I made callbacks and have the opportunity to be on the real show.

This week has FLOWN by.  I'm really digging my job.  On Tuesday, I landed an interview with The Isaacs and can't wait until May 14th to do it.  If things go as planned, I will be traveling A LOT between April and June interviewing contemporary Christian bands this summer.  I'm living the life!

Kolin got a job on Tuesday at Azalea Inn, a bed and breakfast close to our apartment, and he's really enjoying it so far.  His main job is to create the menu and cook for the week, but they'll use him wherever else he's needed (front desk, cleaning rooms, etc.).

Keep praying.

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