Not a whole lot has been happening but here's the scoop:
I decided, it was a really hard decision, that I'm leaving the Medical Coding program with the college. The classes I needed were only available at night, and I am not comfortable commuting to central Phoenix at night; scary and dangerous for a young woman like myself. I've decided instead to take some photography classes for two semesters at a different college and then be done with my college career. I enjoyed studying the medical aspects behind medical coding, it was enjoyable, although tough, though it was very interesting and fascinating. I also feel that the work place environment would not be suitable for me with my APD. I feel like nothing in the working world would make me feel successful with my APD. So that's that.
I have begun playing piano again, it feels wonderful to be playing music.
I've been praying for a long time that my husband would find a job that make him happy and be doing something that he enjoys.
He got called for interview the other day, interview was today. The interviewer was very impressed with him, probably because he's so darn handsome! Said they would call back. Not even 15 minutes later and he got a call back saying they would like to offer him the position!! HOORAY!
He will be basically be fixing computers and networking and complicated techy terms that I don't understand. I am so excited for him and very proud of my husband.
He gave his notice to his current employer, and he will start with the new company on the 20th.
I have also found a place for us to live that has convenient access to his new job and also a way for me to get to school in the fall. This is all God's work, I am very thankful that God listens to us.
Yesterday Stevan and I had the privilege to attend a U.S. Air Force Commissioning Ceremony for his dear friend Justin. It was a very nice ceremony as I have never been to any kind of Air Force ceremony.
Here are some pictures from the event:
(The lighting is terrible =[)
First Salute to Stevan
The first salute is a tradition where the enlisted member (Stevan) who was chosen by the Officer (Justin) as his first salute as an Officer. He has earned 2nd Lieutenant rank and is becoming a Pilot!
(The only good picture I got)
I think men and women in uniform are very professional looking and handsome/beautiful.
Congratulations Justin! Best of luck to you in your future as U.S. Air Force Pilot!
That's all that's been happening around here.