It has been 10 days since Ufi was diagnosed with cancer. We are hoping for a miracle, doing our best to help him enjoy life, and trying not to think about what we expect.
Yes, I watch Married at First Sight. Yes, I’m very late with this review. I know season eight has begun.
I’m late because I watch the show with Aunt Barb, who got me into it, and we haven’t had time to finish. But I have caught up on what was the weirdest season so far.
Now because the Internet is clamoring for someone who has never been married to review a show on marriage, here is my review.
It has been another good week. Things are still going very well at work. I’m excited about what will be happening there.
This personal update contains plenty of good news.
This is the last night of my vacation. Tomorrow, it’s back to work. I truly got a ton out of this vacation. I did things I haven’t been doing lately, I learned some important lessons, and I forgot about work for 10 days.
March 1, 2018, started out as a normal day. March 1, 2018 will go down as one of the most important days of my life. As the title indicates, March 1, 2018 is the day my years-long job search came to an end. I no longer have to read through job listings, think about cover letters and resumes, and wonder when I’ll get another chance to prove what I can do. Very soon, I will start work as the Disability Equity Specialist in Portland’s Office of Equity and Human Rights.
I got myself the Apple Watch Series 3. I chose the GPS version, because I’m not paying 10 dollars a month for cellular connectivity.
In May of 2016, Mom and Aunt Barb got me an original Apple Watch for my birthday. I have warn it nearly every day since and have learned to love having it on my wrist.