- Eric and I have yet to sign up for our utilities.
- My computer's hard drive is dead.
- Kristy's future roommate, who was supposed to move in on July 1, backed out yesterday, leaving both of us, as well as our landlord, completely screwed.
The second item gave me a minor meltdown yesterday, but I thought it through and calmed myself down. All of my important photos and music are stored on my external hard drive so I haven't lost that much. I wanted to buy a new computer anyway, preferably a desktop with a large monitor. This is just super inconvenient, but it is not the worst thing that could happen.
The third item is the worst thing that could happen (barring actual real life tragedy). Because this guy backed out, Kristy now has to plan a quick move, which she hadn't budgeted for. Because this guy backed out, I'm now responsible for an additional month of rent, which I hadn't budgeted for. Because this guy backed out, our landlord now has to ready his house to show potential renters as soon as possible, which he hadn't budgeted for.
In order to find some money to pay for the extra rent I've had to make some sacrifices. I'm putting my gym membership on hold for a few months, because, well it's kind of an expensive gym. BUT! One of the amenities in my new apartment complex is a "state of the art" fitness facility. It's pretty standard actually, but the equipment works. I've also given up on kickball for the summer, and I'm trying to find some races that aren't north of $50. Training-wise, I'm not sure what my next few weeks will look like, but I promise there will be some. I'm not sure how often my updates will be posted either. Please bare with me in this transitional time.
But let's end on a positive note, shall we? My firm gave the support staff gift certificates to Buckhead Life Restaurants for meeting our goals last month. Eric and I have been joking that we would be eating ramen for our anniversary, and now we'll actually be able to go out! I'm very excited.