I just sent out the job application. Now all I have to do it wait until tomorrow morning, go to the library to print out my resumes and cover letter, go to the post office to mail it, then I can sit back and wait.
I really want this job and hopefully I will hear back from them.
Don't be saddies! You are so gorgeous.
He is just dumb.
Guys are that way. Either you are "insecure" or you aren't "pretty" enough.
However, you are confident AND beautiful.
Just do your thing and you will find someone perfect for you :]
Thank you so much Abby!
I am just being a big whiny.
My next goal is to meet an awesome zoologist who is kind to animals. haha
Tonight, I realized that I may never see him again. Him, that face, the person that I’ve come to expect to see everyday. He’s moved on with his life, and I suppose I should too. After all, we cannot all continue to hold on to the hours much longer; in a matter of a few weeks, we will separate. The…
Regardless of whoever this post is about, you are about to meet a new man of your life. Ready? Set, GO!
Since when do text messages give me mood swings like stock market?
me: If they hire me it will be my dream job……..(blah blah blah, details about the job) cw: dammmmmmmmn, how many jobs are you getting? me: Ha, I can only work for one job in the end but for I’m just applying to whatever jobs that interest me. Exploring my options. cw: Now that is good planning :) me: Sorry if I’m telling you too much info about my job hunting recently. I know it can be confusing and frustrating to listen to because I keep on mentioning jobs all over the world. me: just let me know and I will stop. I can just tell you when I make up my freaking mind. cw: hahaha I have no problem with status updates. cw: I just think it is tight that you are actually finding all these places me: Thanks! I try to do what I am good at: digging interesting thins that ppl might have overlooked. But then I suck at decision-making. The same thing happens when I write. I end up having too much info and quotes and torned apart what info I want to fit into my news stories with limited space. lol cw: haha that sounds like a very common problem! :) me: haha true story. how I heard about this job was crazy. I was watching rhinos last night and I told Ivana about this one zoologist..(blah blah blah) cw: Well, that is how things happen! cw: Night!:)
By the time he said goodnight, I was listening to my best gay friend so I decided not to respond to him. This whole convo drives me crazy. It proves my point, he simply doesn’t want to comment on my job hunting adventures. He wants to know, but he stays cold and won’t give feedback.
P.S. When I told him about how my stuffed sea otter Tongass has a broken neck, he texted me back immediately and said, “aw, poor sea otter. I am sure you will perform some surgery on him so he can cure right?”
- think of an outfit for tomorrow’s visit to Seattle Chinese Times (For once I am worried about outfits when I go see an employer but not Chris.)
It’s now 1:49a.m. and I just spent 2 hours comforting a friend who has been upset about his social life instead of doing my work. I REALLY need to finish that story on Beacon Hill and I will do now despite the fact I need to wake up really early tomorrow for an office visit and then internship. First day of Spring Quarter is gonna be so much fun. Ugh.
Debate: Seattle Internation Piano Competition - Yes or No?
And here are the rules:
Participant, aged 19 (revised age) or older by May 15, 2011, must be studying or working in a vocation other than music. The participant may not hold a degree in music, and must not have been studying or earning a living in music at any point during 2011 (although enrollment and incomplete degree status in a music program at some point in the past is acceptable). There is no upper age limit for this category. (Note that ‘studying’ is defined as enrollment in a degree program in the field of music. Taking weekly lessons or coaching with an instructor privately does not constitute ‘studying’.) The first and only round consists of a recording of the participant performing a piece(s) of his/her choice. The recording need not be longer than 20 minutes in length. Participants must submit: 1) a completed Application Form (applicant must also complete degree and vocation selection in Application Part IV) 2) a Compact Disc recording of the participant’s performance 3) a $150 nonrefundable application fee in a Money Order in US funds or a US bank account check