Yesterday I spent my morning in a boring computer class that was suppose to go all day. Thankfully it only went half of the day. I came home after running errands in time to make coconut banana bread with lime drizzle. Oh, so yummy. I got the recipe from my friend Lauren's blog. I used my banana bread recipe and her idea to add coconut with a lime drizzle. Totally to die for. I thought I had timed it right to be done before my skype interview, but just as we were starting the buzzer went off and I had to interrupt them so my bread didn't burn. It was a very good interview and I thought those I talked with were very friendly. I totally dig skype. Don't know why my family hasn't gotten into it; think of all of the birthday parties I could have enjoyed with them all these years. So MT liked me so much that they want me to come out next week for another interview. One thing that was said that surprised me a bit was that apparently I was smiling the whole time. Funny that when I'm not talking about my current job I don't do that. It did occur to me that I don't smile as much as I use to. I think it is because of the stress of my job. I'm just tired of it and need change. It's funny though how since I have decided that change is needed how I'm so much happier and am more able to deal with things at work. I guess it just goes to show that change is good.
We had a totally awesome storm last night, which delayed my taking around banana bread, but I eventually got them delivered, which gave me time to chat with friends. One of those being my Bishop's wife. I figured since we were all there I could ask his advice. He gave me great advice without being in his scary office. I don't know what it is about Bishop's offices, but they have always been scary to me.
I did eventually chat with handsome MT man about the events of the last two days. I thought he would freak out, but he handled it better than I thought. We shall see. I will be going to MT on July 7 after my 13 of 16 shifts. Crazy how things happen...I feel like this has come so fast. I thought once I started applying it would take a while. Guess I thought wrong. Lots of decisions to make in the coming months for sure. Kind of scary, but exciting all at the same time!