I'm at home. It is nice. I spend most of my days looking for jobs or schlepping through the Internets in search of fun things to read, potential projects to create, and amusing stories of my friends while they are doing fun things all over (this really just means obsessing over facebook). I should probably go swim in the pool more often, or go running with my dog : you know, healthy things. I haven't been reading as much as usual, but that is not a huge deal - though I have some good books on the shelf. So things are not so boring some days and more boring on others. I should probably have a better tan than I do. Anyone else would be.
I've been spending quite a bit of time in Austin as well. Hanging out with two of my sisters that live there. We go on adventures, eat at fun restaurants, but this is not very helpful on the money saving side of life. I'm getting to know Austin more and more and loving it a lot. I wish it wasn't so hot there and that they had good public transit - these would be things that make it perfect. I can't live in a city without a public transportation system. I hate driving.
But I'm happy to be taking things a little slowly. Taking a little time to take a deep breath before I do start working and need to move to another city. There is something to be said about having a little space from everything.
Funny update : Got a ticket from the San Francisco toll system in the mail the other day. Evidentially, we didn't pay a toll on the Golden Gate bridge. It happened at 2 AM when we had decided to drive from Tanya's party to the city at the spur of the moment. I was sleeping in the back of the car, as I had had too much to drink at the Indian food extravaganza.