2. The conference talk I listened to was by Elder Corbridge. I grew up in his neighborhood and he was my home-teacher and stake president for many years. He is a great man.
3. I started a new job (once a week). I'm working at a hospital 25 minutes away (in the other town). I choose this place b/c they offer 8-hour shifts and that is easier to manage with 3 kids. It really seems like a great place to work. And, while I am so glad and grateful that I choose nursing as a profession, it isn't a "break" to go to work. I like it, though. But my favorite part of working is my commute - 25 minutes (each way) in the car listening to NPR. It's delightful. I hear stories, the news, and lots and lots of random stuff. Love it. When I'm driving home at night (11:30-midnight) I get to catch some of the British stuff and hearing those accents make me smile.
4. Our house is officially listed and up for sale. We are hoping to sell and buy a larger home in town. We've had 2 showings this week, but no offers. My house has never been kept cleaner nor tidier. Now I'm not saying it is perfectly clean, it's just never been cleaner. But it's driving me crazy trying to keep up with it. I don't know how people regularly clean their homes. I would hate that. Poor kids have to put up with me being (trying to be) a neat-freak.
5. I spent over an hour last Saturday watching this:
I like the random things of life - they give it spice.