Friday, November 12, 2004

Newton was right.

After a busy day of fulfilling my role as the "Runner of Errands" I feel surprisingly upbeat. This leads me to believe that Newton was right. An object in motion tends to stay in motion. What I mean specifically is that if you are feeling terrible and you sit at home feeling terrible, nothing will change for you. If you get off your ass and get moving, it's hard to have time to feel so bad.

So, today I picked up the insurance for our new car that we will be taking home tomorrow. It's actually not's a 2001 Camry. But it fits the requirements I blogged about last week. With only 13,200 km on it and 4 year bumper-to-bumper warranty it is a really good car. I think Scott was hoping for something cooler. I told him when we finally get another car he can get a cool car. This one is about being reliable. Anyway, on with my errands...dry cleaning, post office, filled the car up with gas, bought myself a new book which is supposed to inspire me. I'm not usually into self-help books, but this one looks good. I'll let you know.

Also, wait for it - I got a call this morning that I am getting a 3rd round interview at a company I have been in talks with for the past month. Awesome job, really interesting work... cross your fingers for me!

Note - I did not go to the LCBO for fear of being judged. Scott can go later and be judged on my behalf.

1 comment:

  1. I'll lend it to you when I'm done with it. So far it is a good read!