It's really weird for me to be spending to so much time alone, yet not be lonely at all. I'm so thankful for the summer I had, and all the time I had that really helped me learn to at least appreciate my alone time. Since I now live alone (at least for a little while) I have the evenings to spend by myself, although I tend to keep myself busy enough by random things that I don't actually just sit at home. I've found that I really enjoy being around people, but not actually with people... like being in public where there are people around, but not actually with them.
I went to church alone last night for only the second time in my entire life. It was a great sermon, and the music was good enough. The church was GINORMOUS though, which I enjoyed being able to blend in the crowd... I am very excited about the church, but intend on getting to know the leadership before I commit to the church fully.
I also have found that I decently enjoy the 45 minute drive to work and home. The road is hilly and curvy enough to be interesting :)
I am happy, and slowly finding my way around. And I am excited about my job and the things they have me doing. My first day was way less stressful than I expected it to be. *whew*