I am so excited with the happenings the week in our life! Dan has a job interview with another department on campus at the U. He has worked in the office of Information technology for almost 9 years now. His latest assignment has been with ISO, the Information Security Office. He has been a little disenchanted with it, as they were one of the last groups to be informed about the loss of information from the hospital a couple of months back. Shouldn't they have been the first??? Anyway, a guy that he knows on campus, sent him a link to a job he had in his department and Dan applied. The talk is that he is a shoe-in, but we'll wait and see. I just want him to be happy and challenged at his job, not ornery about all the issues that they are facing.
Dan isn't the only one with an interview! I have one too!!!! Now, I did just get to Weber State last November, but my immediate supervisor left to take on the Associate Registrar position, leaving his position vacant in July. After Dan and I talked about it, I decided to go ahead and apply, regardless of wether I get the position or not. First and foremost I need to keep myself out there for other opportunities that come up. If I get it, great! It will be nice to keep doing what I'm doing, but have a broader scope.
Well, I completed a couple of scrapbook pages today while it rained and hailed and was an absolutely fantastic morning for curling up on the sofa. I am kind of behind on what I have wanted to accomplish. So I've worked and got a couple of pages done from our annual excursion to the Box Elder County Fair & Rodeo. We've gone almost every year that I can remember. They have this hamburger stand that we eat at. For some reason it is the best and I crave these hamburgers all year. I'm not much of a meat eater, but for this, I'll make an exception! I saw them bringing in bushels of tomatoes to put on them, straight from the farm. No wonder they taste so good! Yummy! My mouth is watering just thinking about them!
I should also mention that I did my very first batch of canned tomatoes on Saturday!! All my tomato plants have produced, but most all the tomatoes are split. I just chunked them all up, put them in glass jars and processed them. It totally reminds me of my mom and her canning all the years that I was growing up. It was actually a lot of fun. Now, if the wind and hail didn't ruin my peaches......