This time they play out the song using a Chevy Sonic and some cool adaptations to the exterior of the car:
Go now, waste your day.
I started my new job yesterday!
I’m still getting my feet underneath me but it looks like a good place to work.
This is delayed a little because I wanted to make sure that everyone in my life was informed before I posted online but I’m starting a new job at Zimco working as a programmer on STAGES and I’m super excited about it! I have another week of work ahead of me (mostly documentation and trying up loose ends [I've been amazed at the number of small things that I've overlooked]) at MPS but I start the new job on February 6th.
Stephanie and I are almost done picking our food for the wedding at about 5 times what we were expecting to spend so hopefully it will be amazing!
One of the things that always interests me is how often the new year is used as a point of introspection both in terms of what happened last year and things that are goals for next year. I think it has to do with how the changing of the year makes us think about our morality. I guess I’m going to be no different…
Looking back I’m happy about the things that happened to me:
- Got out of Credit Card dept!
- Visited NYC!
- Moved in with Stephanie!
- Got engaged to Stephanie!
- Ran Several 5k and 10k races including the warrior dash (I wish I had a complete count )
Overall it was a great year and (as I normally do) I want to document my goals for the following year:
- Get married to Stephanie without having a nervous breakdown from all the stress
- Lose 30 lbs before my wedding (2012-10-20)
- Run a half marathon
- Have at least $1500 saved for retirement
- Finally come up with a single topic blog and post to it regularly
- Develop my own WordPress theme for my blogs
- Get a side business website up and running by my birthday
- 10 more 5k/10k/half-marathons
This year I’ll do my best to keep track of my progress here:
After surviving four different Thanksgivings Stephanie and I finally have a date and place for our Wedding (October 20th, 2012 [10-20-12]) at Whiting Forest.
This is interesting. Ford has starting selling new 1965 Mustang bodies but just the bodies. I guess between this and DeLorean starting up production we can finally get some new cool old cars.
Stephanie and I are engaged to be married!
We are still working out all the details (and thanks to theknot.com we have a lot of them to figure out) but it’s most likely going to be a spring wedding. Everything else seems inconsequential to that.
A very cool video that shows off how huge Lego creations are made.