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I could discuss my dilemma of two POIs but it really isn't one yet. I can already feel it starting. It seems right now it may come down to who I'm most attracted to or, and I hope this is more likely, their interest in me. I'll be sure to keep you posted. I can say now that the third has dropped out of the running.

On the job front, I came across some more leads this weekend that I must follow up on tomorrow. The most promising is a temp inventory job. Doesn't that just scream excitement?

Once again, I'm watching the big game with my parents. We already ate the special sandwiches we ordered and the jello, both of which were supposed to be for tonight. If past years are any indication, they will be asleep around half time. Pity me. Go Steelers!

So true:

Paranormal Investigator! You're not anything
paranormal, but you sure are obsessed with
it. You're probably a more then a little
weird, and tend to have your head in the
clouds, but really you're a brilliant person!
You don't understand why everyone has to be
so stupid all the time, but don't be
confused. They only act stupid because they
are, and the world needs driven, smart and
slightly insane people like you to make them
see that. Or, at lease annoy the hell out of
them with your awesomely twisted and eccentic
way of thinking.

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JRRyan said…
One of my friends does that temp inventory job. And I don't know if it's excitment, but she's screaming all the time. However, she did meet her bf bc at this same job. They took stock of each other's inventory and marked it in good condition.

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