Today when I took the dogs for a walk, I was so miserable, I can't even describe it. I think the temperature was right around 30, maybe just below, but the windchill was insane, and it was like 30+mph winds. I had lots of layers on, but the whole first half of the walk was into the wind, and I was getting so frustrated at how awful it was, I just started crying. Not even just a little pathetic pity-party cry,. I was full-on sobbing on the streets of Dickinson. I could just feel the wind cutting through all 4 of my layers and going through my gloves and hat so that it felt like my ears were being cut with a million razorblades and I just wanted to go home. All I could think about was how long the winter is, and my attitude just got worse and worse. I'm hoping it was just a bad day and I was emotional from all the frustrations, but it was really so miserable. I made the mistake of checking the weather right now, and it says it's 16, but feels like 3. THREE FREAKING DEGREES, YOU GUYS. I think I'm going to have to be heavily medicated for these next several months.
Tonight for Bunco, I ended up making these Cherry Blossoms with puff pastry, and they were GOOD. Super easy, too, so I'll for sure make them again. I'm not sure how many people had some, but one lady asked me for the recipe, and my neighbor took some home, so that's a good sign, right? If you need a tasty baked treat, I would recommend them. Bunco was really fun again tonight, and I made $10, so I can't complain. One of the other ladies there was having a very good time, as I think she had 6 glasses of Sangria. At one point she spanked the wife of the boss of Jacob's whole office....not really sure she's the kind of lady that goes for those kinds of shenanigans. She also seemed to slip into another world when Rolling in the Deep came on, and put more heart and soul into it than 99% of the contestants on American Idol. I really believe she lost track of where she was, because it was a much more seductive version of the song than the way Adele sings it. I'll say it was interesting and leave it at that.
I finished watching The Next Three Days last night, and ended up liking it. I still hate Russell Crowe, but it was a decent movie. The movie is about this man whose wife is convicted of murder, and since he can't prove her innocence, he decides to come up with a way to break her out of jail. It was tense and I found myself more stressed than I should admit to see how things played out. I guess I expected a different ending, but you don't always get what you want. I liked the movie, but wouldn't watch it again, so I gave it 3 stars on Netflix.
OH! I just remembered! I have good news--one of those jobs I really wanted wants me to come in for an interview next week! It'd be a super baller job because it's a part time Marketing Assistant for the hospital, so I'd still get to do my own thing in the morning, and then go into work in the afternoon. So pray for me that I prepare for the interview well and don't act completely awkward. The interview is next Monday, so I'll let you know how it goes.....