Well, this week Joel is supposed to be set up with an interview with a pharmaceutical company for a job in accounts receivable. They haven't called yet to set it up, so I hope they do that today. Also he heard back from the IRS and he's still in the running, so that's good news. I hope that eventually the IRS thing will pan out, it could open us to moving to other states. The other job is in Eden Prairie and would keep us here in this frozen tundra. Brrrrr!
Gina comes into town on Thursday, yay!!! We'll be keeping her busy with our family stuff.
Joel has his graduation ceremony on Friday. He finished his associates degree in accounting back in December, but they didn't have a ceremony until this month.
Saturday we have the Tax Cut Rally at the state capitol. I'm not sure how that will go. We'll bring the neat sheet and maybe a chair to sit on. I don't want to stand for a long time. There will be pizza there :)
I'm going to make sandbags today for my photography umbrella. I need them to keep my umbrellas from blowing down and breaking when having them set up outside where there's wind. I found the perfect material at Wal Mart for it. It's black and 100% polyester on the outside and 100% PVC on the inside. It's waterproof. It's very similar to the plastic that is on the cushions for outdoor furniture. I hope they work out. I have friends who could use some so maybe if they like them I could sell a couple.