Floorplanner.com. A little limited for the free version, but good enough for me! As a kid, I'd draw out room rearrangements pretty regularly. Grid paper definitely makes it easier. I like rearranging furniture :P. It's hard to do that in apartments, you don't have a lot of options with the configuration of doorways and weirdly placed radiators.
I still think I'd be afraid to read my old journals. I know thinking back that my college ex was not as supportive as a boyfriend should be (for me). He was kind, loving, but did not know how to support. We had basically a very caring, sexual friendship for 2 1/2 years. I did not get the kind of relationship care from him that I wanted and it took far too long to realize that. I would be sad, I think, to read my journal whinings back then, thinking I was doing it all wrong when he was just not the right person. I guess that is not something to be sad about really, but I do tend to blame myself in all possible situations
We need a new car
Nearly $4k in repairs. Catalytic converter is cracked, exhaust manifold needs to be replaced, front tires are nearly worn through, rear tires are scalloped. Something else. Front brakes need replacing. The blower motor (for interior air) squeaks and would be expensive to replace.
We're still going through with the 90k mile check-up and new fluids and stuff. At least some things will be better? We'll have to talk to our dads to see wha tthey think about possibly selling the Civic (for at least a LITTLE money) or if it's only good for scrap. I wonder if we could even get that $2k trade-in that the dealership (when we test drove a Prius last month) told us we could have. We're going to be looking at some pretty cheap cars to keep the monthly cost low