I have noticed that I am going stir-crazy. Because I am still in the interview phase of job searching, I have most of my days free. Luckily, I have found some things to do. The first is dishes. I am doing my best to make sure that no dish spends more than a couple of hours in the sink. I have also visited the Orem Library almost every day. I walk there. Yesterday I took the long way, which involved walking up to 4th east, across to 2nd north, then back to Center and State where the library is. I stayed there about an hour and I ran into Aunt Diane. She was going to a zoning meeting. After the library, I walked home by way of State. Aunt Diane stopped by to drop off some stuff from Grandma Roberts. She graciously sent Sarah and I some bowels, towels, and a few kitchen utensils. Aunt Diane and I had a good talk. After dinner, Camille and I went to the UVSC library for an art exhibit. We were pretty disappointed in it. We beat Sarah home by about 5 minutes.
Yesterday was a more interesting day than Tuesday, when Camille and I spent two and a half hours in the doctor's office. Camille hasn't been feeling well lately so she went in for a blood test and check up. Luckily I took a book, which I finished, and a book of Sudoku puzzles. I also made friends in the waiting room. Two sets of missionaries came in along with some nice girls, one who admitted to me that she had cheated on a test. (It will never cease to amaze me what people tell me, especially people I have just me.)
Today I plan to do some laundry, clean the kitchen floor, and work on a short story. I think I finally figured out what is going on with one of my main characters. I figured out on my walk yesterday. Anyway, I will try to keep busy.