Wednesday, July 15, 2009

My Wednesday

I cut these pretty flowers from my window box. There are 3 plants in the window box - a variegated ivy in the center, and 2 flowering plants on either side. One was getting a little too tall and leggy so I clipped a few flower stalks off hoping it will fill out a little more. It sure makes nice cuttings for inside.

I then went out for my morning walk. I usually walk about 3 miles a day (the same route) but today I walked longer - when I got about 3/4 of the way I came upon a construction crew working on the sewer and could not go any further so I had to turn around and go back rather than continue the last 1/4 of the way. They have been doing the work for the last 2 months in different spots along the way but I have always been able to walk around - not today. Oh well - I could sure use the extra exercise!

Then it was off to my eye appointment - besides driving around in the hospital parking lot for almost 15 minutes looking for a space it was uneventful. On the way home I decided to stop at a re-sale shop in that neighborhood. I got a great bag to take on my interview Friday. I am a small-purse-person and felt I needed something for Friday and was delighted to find this bag.

All of my other interviews (4 in total in 5 months) have been local in the suburban area so I drove and just walked in with my leather portfolio containing my resume and my little purse. The interview on Friday is in Philadelphia and I will be taking the train. I thought it would be better to have a nice bag that I could put my purse or wallet into, a folder with my resume/recommendation rather than my leather portfolio, and a book (in case I am able to focus and read on the train). I'm happy with the bag and the bargain. I'm hoping it brings me luck.


Angela said...

Good luck with your interview. I know how stressful they can be.

sharon said...

Good luck Beth!!

Beth Anderson said...


lilylovekin said...

Beth, I'll be thinking of you on Friday and sending you positive thoughts from my camping outpost. Lorrie