Ummmm. A new house. A new tv. A new class?
And then we'll move into our house. Which will be suh-weet. Then, we'll put hundreds of dollars into fixing the gutters which the original builder didn't do. And we'll get to do all kinds of fun maintenance things. And we'll get to setup the large LCD TV I just bought. We've never owned a TV which wasn't donated to our family before. Our current TV sits on a stand which a friend of mine pulled out of the garbage. It's literally a piece of garbage that has been in our living room for the last 4 years. On top of it sits another TV that a different friend gave us as they were going into the Peace Corps. They came back prematurely, but assured us they didn't want it back. We watch design shows on HGTV sometimes on it, and they say, "We've painted this wall a nice blue color" and we look at each other and go: "I never knew that blue was so green." The TV doesn't work great. So, I saved up a bunch of money and bought a new fangled HDTV flat panel thingee which will be arriving at the in-laws in a few short days. It will go into the new house. We might even buy something that's not a literal piece of garbage for the TV to sit on.
Then, I might start taking an auto repair class because in Salt Lake all the school districts have all these cool community education classes. Thesis writing, you ask? Aren't you supposed to be writing your thesis this spring? Yes, yes I am. But, the class meets once a week for 4 hours, and I'm gonna be using my really old (but also suh-weet) 1988 Toyota Camry to drive back and forth to Provo from our new house once school starts back up in the fall, so the car kind of needs to be in good repair, and an auto repair class would help me learn how to do that. So, I think I can probably still write my thesis and take and auto repair class. Maybe.
We'll see. Maybe that's just a ridiculous idea. I mean, me? An auto repairer? I'm just not sure.