In Real Life:
I've now been in my new position for two weeks and so far, the only real change has been me updating my job title on LinkedIn and going to what will be a weekly meeting. But I know there are some other things in the pipeline and I can't wait to really dive in. I really love my job and am excited to think about what's in store.
Commenting has been tough-both on other blogs and replying on my own. I also have done just enough reading to post content. I strongly suspect October is just going to be a bad blogging month for me, what with my outside activities. Thankfully my schedule will clear up for a calmer November/December. I will still be reading and trying to comment of course but I don't think the frequency will match that I managed in the summer.
Manchester United won a game, with two goals scored by Belgian eighteen year old Adnan Januzaj. The first half was very difficult to watch but then we got the goals, the win, and the three points. Last I checked the standings, that put us at 9th place, which is not great but is at least in the top half. I don't care at all about any of the teams in the baseball playoffs so I'm starting to turn my energies to hockey (Go Flyers! They certainly need all the help they can get) and of course still rooting for my Eagles, who will hopefully beat the Giants today.
Week to Come: A weird mix-we've got a lot of historical but also some contemporary. Two adult Christian novels this week as YA hasn't been fully satisfying me lately and a different category often shakes up a reading rut for me.
Brotherhood by AB Westrick
Witchstruck by Victoria Lamb
Red by Alison Cherry
Made to Last by Melissa Tagg
Sometimes Never, Sometimes Always by Elissa Janine Hoole
Gunpowder Tea by Margaret Brownley