I’m still working on this whole blogging thing. I need to pick a day or two a week and just set out to blog that day every week. Anyways, my inability to commit to the blogoverse aside, I’d thought I’d give an update.
Since the end of July we’ve been pretty busy. I started work at last and have now gotten up to essentially full-time. My clients are fun and that’s all I can say about that. 🙂 It’s good to be working and earning money again. Drew has been working at Target still and he started his interpreting classes at Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC). Not to put words in his mouth, but he’s loving them. He has said multiple times that these classes are worth every penny we’re paying. I’m just happy that he’s getting to do what he loves!
This weekend we went to Dragon*Con. It was my third year and Drew’s second. I got to see a lot of my favorite people from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly, Charmed, and Warehouse 13. Not to mention Jane Espenson who is adorable. As always, the content was awesome and the guests were very entertaining. Drew got to put his education to work a few times by interpreting a couple of panels of X-Files, Warehouse 13, and a panel on the villains of Harry Potter. I got to see him do the panel of Warehouse 13 stars. He did a beautiful job, but then again I’m biased. 🙂 If you want to know more about the con, feel free to ask me or Drew or check out their website. It’s awesome!
We also got a cat. Her name is Alfred. Yes HER name is Alfred. She’s an adorable black kitten who was born pretty much the same time we got married. She does adorably dumb things and finds her tail infinitely interesting. There’s a pic on my instagram. She enjoys eating, playing, and watching tv. Not even kidding. She’ll watch something, especially if it’s really bright or has animals, then when that stops get this bored look and move on.
We also think we have found a nice church. I’ll let you all know when we get a little settled into it and more sure of things.
Overall, life is good. It hasn’t been an easy month by any means emotionally but the good times are great times. We miss all our Columbia people!