Lots of things, it turns out. For someone who is not employed, I feel like I keep awfully busy. I do more housework than I used to. I think that's what takes up the slack. Also, I exercise more and I am available to help with things for my aunt, so I do that pretty often. I'm still doing the board game group and that amounts to 3 hours a week, not including the drive to and from. I've been busy the last few days with something I'm very excited about, designing shirts for Amazon Merch. I've had to learn a new program, called Inkscape and watched videos about how to promote my items and how design my items so that they will upload and display properly. I've got 7 shirts uploaded but only 1 is actually for sale yet. Just like it takes a while to get accepted into the Merch team, it takes a little while to get new designs approved. They don't just let you put anything up there, which I think is a good thing.
I've also been spending some time volunteering as a moderator for a Kentucky homeschooling board on Facebook, which keeps me active in the community. I like that. I'm at the age where I can mentor the younger moms and I guess that's a good thing. I hate being old, but it's nice to be able to help others with my considerable wisdom. :-)
I'm looking for work and filling out job applications, even online, takes a while. I'm taking a free course through Alison to help me reenter the workplace but right now I have no work leads. I had a few interviews a month or so ago, but nothing. It's very discouraging.
We've also got VBS this week. My daughter and I are doing the crafts. It's weird this year as they are doing an evening session, which they don't usually do and we are helping in the evenings instead of the mornings. Since the evening session is different, very few people know about it, so we've had only a few children. We've probably had more volunteer adult helpers than kids this week. It's nice though. It gives me a chance to talk and visit with people that I don't usually get a chance to talk to. I love talking to people. I wish I could get a job doing that. :-P
In young adult news, youngest is trying for his driver's license on Monday (better clean the car out!) and oldest is moving back to Kentucky that same day!