Saturday, May 23, 2009

Holy crap, another day is about to begin

Well, to be fair, there is still another 1.35 hours before tomorrow. But still, what really will be different than today?

Today we roasted a couple chickens on the spit and they turned out quite tasty. Although, I'm still thinking Costco rotisserie chicken is the easiest/tastiest way to go. I've been cooking up a ton of chicken lately, chicken wings, whole chickens, you name it. On a chicken kick. I'm getting kind of tired of chicken. I think this week should be a steak week. Not that I want steak every day...maybe, like, every *other* day. Yeah, that sounds about right.

I watched a documentary the other night, called "Fat Head" and it was pretty interesting. A few years back a documentary was made about the evils of McDonalds and how fast food was the reason we're all growing so fat. This movie pretty much makes that movie suck it. I highly recommend you all watch it.

We bought some movies at Walmart yesterday. We bough "Bedtimes Stories," "Fanboys," and "Paul Blart: Mall Cop." All in all, pretty good shows. And then tonight I watched "Fired Up," about two highschool football players looking to score, so they go to cheerleading camp, and "Zack and Miri Make a Porno." Zach and Miri was very cute, and I think eventually I'd like to buy it, although Jess says since we just bought three movies last night we'll need to wait awhile.

WTF is up with the housing market?! Several times now we've called on a house, only to be told it's either in closing, or suddenly there are multiple offers, or that mobile homes basically can't be financed. It's troubling, and exhausting. We're going up to Ogden tomorrow to look at that one house that we've had our eye on forever. It needs a lot of work, and it's a short sale, and if I get that job in Riverton it'll be over an hour commute both ways, but it just might be the house for us. Apparently since there isn't any electricity, we were warned to visit during the daylight hours.

We looked at the house via Google Maps, and it looks like a pretty dumpy neighborhood, but hey, for under $70k, you get what you pay for, right? I'll let you know what we think of it. The realtor just gave us the code box combination because she wasn't going to be able to make it; wasn't that nice of her?

Waiting to hear back about the eBay job. Man, oh man, I really don't want to make that commute. Maybe they also have a call center in Ogden? Highly doubtful.

For whatever reason, I'm wicked tired, so I'm off to bed. Night all!

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