It’s like watching paint dry…

My life right now…. boring. Unexciting. Blah.

My job is my life right now… which I hate.

I’m at my parents’ house in Chicago for the weekend (which, technically ended yesterday…but I don’t have to work until tomorrow night–Tuesday) and typing this on their computer. If all goes well, I will have Internet access of my own by Wednesday…  Comcast is supposed to come and install..wouldn’t it be funny if it was the same cable guy as before. That would be weird (but, it would make for a fun blog post).

I am officially off orientation. I have no one following me around or checking up on me.. which, they haven’t been doing for the past couple of weeks.

Work is getting better. The nights go so fast. I know on some floors (namely where I used to work in Philly) the nights were slow and boring and tedious trying to stay awake. Here it is anything but slow.

Friday was 9/11. I took a deep breath and was brave and headed to a bar by myself. It actually was a fundraiser for the Indianapolis Fireman’s Association (for the survivor fund). It was at the oldest restaurant in Indy.. a German place. It was in their beer garden in the back… it was live music and tons of people. No one talked to me… I didn’t try to talk to anyone (too scared). I moved around every so often with my cup of Smithwicks in hand. It was a fun night… the bands were good to listen to… although again, I realized that I know NO ONE in town.

I miss the East Coast horribly. I miss Philadelphia. I miss certain peeps.. I don’t miss my old church. Which is a horrible statement I know..but it’s the truth.

The thing about Indy.. it’s dirt cheap to live here.. which is nice. It’s allowing me to sock away money for a rainy day. I’m not afraid about having enough to live off of & paying off my student loans.

Maybe I have to give it more time…  I’ve only been here for 2 1/2 months.

Good news: Got tickets to the Swell Season. They are coming to Indianapolis on 11/2. I’m so evangelical when it comes to these guys. They are hands down.. the best live band I have ever seen.

That’s about it for now.



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