I finally feel like I've gotten my life together and now it's time to have some fun with it. I have an interesting job that challenges me, but at the same time it feels like I'm herding cats a lot of the time. I've discovered that lots of jobs are like herding cats, but does anyone have actual experience with it? Maybe the animal shelter folk.
I'm a big fan of NPR and usually figure that there's no need for TV news since Morning Edition gives me everything I need to know before I even walk out the door. I take my good ole time getting ready in the morning, so I probably have more morning radio time than the average person. But enough about my morning habits.
I like most sports and am usually happy to watch any of them except golf and nascar. I just don't understand the fascination with them. However, get me in front of a Carolina basketball game and it's a whole different story.
During the day I manage volunteers for a small non-profit and do a lot of other "tasks as assigned." I work in the field of children's literacy (bet you didn't know that's a field, did you?) so I get to convince kids that Captain Underpants and Curious George are pretty darn cool, which I'm okay with. When it's not cold and dreary, I play ultimate and am getting more into alumni sports, where I basically sign up for whatever and play a lot of defense. I go to the gym regularly and try to squeeze in a happy hour here and there.