Lots of accomplishments this week, most of which are creating even more work for me…

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4.10 – I learned that the best fireworks in the Denver area happen in Golden on E-Days. No dynamite this year (blast! …haha, get it?) but still one of the grandest finales I’ve ever seen. Though it’s hard to beat fireworks in Grand Haven, MI over the water…not to mention the Musical Fountain.

4.11 – I learned of a fun website with hilarious stunts that we might have to implement here in Denver. Ryan and I watched the videos for about an hour – good clean entertainment.

4.12 – I accomplished making probably the best cup of coffee I’ve ever made. YUM! I also realized that drinking an entire Power-sized smoothie from Jamba Juice in 20 mins isn’t so good for my belly. Oooohh…

4.13 – I accomplished becoming part of the Examiner.com network of writers! I will be writing Golden tourism-related articles, mostly for experience but also a little bit of money. I also realized that in writing more of my electronic Europe journal, I so wish I was in Italy right now. If only there was an international Examiner.com…

4.14 – I learned that Dutch chocolate wine (ChocoVine to be exact) is quite delightful. Like a poor man’s Baileys.

4.15 – I learned that my eyes are still too dry to get enhancement surgery – I go back again next week to see if they’ve improved. Please pray for me! On a positive note, I accomplished publishing my first article as the Golden Tourism Examiner on Examiner.com! If you would be so kind, please subscribe and help me earn money…you’ll receive email notifications when I publish new articles. (I’m supposed to write 2-3 per week, just as a heads up.) Your support is always appreciated!

4.16 – I accomplished getting hired as a U.S. Census enumerator, starting in May – one more job to add to the growing list! Maybe I have enough now…

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So we’ll see how long I can last before I have a mental scheduling meltdown with all my assignments, dates and jobs to keep straight. Eek! But I love the variety and think I’m meant to work this way – having a bunch of roles that utilize my talents. God is good!

- Laura