Through the generosity of a new (to me, at least) Panera in my hometown, I can simultaneously blog, eat broccoli and cheese soup - in a sourdough breadbowl! - and sip iced green tea.
The job fair was okay, but there wasn't too much that I was qualified for or wanted (sales? please.). I spoke to a couple of company reps that interested me, though. It wasn't a total bust: I got to gawk at co-eds all dressed up in business suits. So, yeah, it was totally worth it.
And I escaped the school's bookstore without spending a dime, which hasn't happened in years. Usually when I go there, I buy tons of Richmond stuff like I'm stocking up for Y2K.
But does your school have its own water?
"Arrested Development" is back and I'm happy to say that it's as funny as ever. The same goes for "The Office." And "My Name Is Earl" turned out to be as enjoyable as I thought it would.
Last night was dinner with Dad and I had Virginia's best barbecue.
Today is a fun-filled day of going to Bubba's for a haircut, getting my car waxed (thanks to secret shopper Spydrz), and visiting my sister, brother-in-law, and niece.
Friday night will be a family outing to the Virginia State Fair. I hope I don't lose my shirt on the pig races again this year. I swear I thought Jean Claude Van Ham was due for a win last time.