It's been a ridiculously hectic week at work thanks to several people being out on vacation and a few more people failing to show up when they were supposed to.
It's always the same few employees who end up taking up the slack--like me.
I'm tired. I'm typing this on my phone, at work, and I won't be home until at least 11pm. Just like last night. And I close again tomorrow night, too, but at least we close at 8pm on Sunday nights so I should be home by 9:00 or so. My weekends are always the same. (Not good.)
BUT! There is fresh hope! I have a job interview on Wednesday!!
Once again, it's for a bookkeeping position at a school and there's always a lot of competition for those jobs. You can't beat regular hours, several weeks off in the summer, and state benefits! I'm sure a dozen other people will be interviewing for it, too. I hope this time will be lucky for me--please send good vibes, blog friends!!
I also have three days off in a row. Monday and Tuesday were to be my scheduled two days off next week, and I told my manager I needed to take a personal day on Wednesday. She didn't ask why, but if she had, I would have told her the truth. I let her know months ago that I was searching for a new job and that I'm miserable here. She said she was sorry to hear it, but that she understood. In fact, she confided in me that she's looking to leave the company, too.
I really, really hope this interview leads to a new career for me!!
Jennifer I hope you will find the ideal job soon, maybe this one at the school will be it.ReplyDelete
Thank you, dear Terra! I hope you had a nice Easter!Delete
Well, I wish you good luck. Not getting home before 11pm must be very tiring. It's about time you found that ideal, stress free, job.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Cro. I didn't make it home until 11:30 last night, and one night last week was after midnight. Then occasionally I have to open the store - which means going in at 7am. It's impossible to get on a healthy sleep schedule with such varying shifts.Delete
Oh Jennifer.... I am sending such good luck to you. Be sure to wear some red.ReplyDelete
I like wearing red for luck, but I bought a new outfit for the interview and it's black and white. Maybe red undies? Lol!Delete
In Japan Red Undies is the way to go.Delete
All the best for your job interview!ReplyDelete
Coming in so late from work must be such a killer to home life.
It really is. I hate working so late!Delete
Like the witches in Shakespeare's "Macbeth" I am stirring a good luck magic potion in a caudron even as I write this comment. Eye of newt and toe of frog... Stay calm and measured in your interview. Smile and don't ramble nervously. Listen to the questions... Damn! some yukky stuff from the cauldron just bubbled up and splashed on this keyboard! Good luck lass!ReplyDelete
Good advice! And keep stirring that potion for me!!! Haha! :)Delete
Extra-special, first-grade vibes winging their way to you from New Zealand as we speak. Good luck!ReplyDelete
Wow! New Zealand!! That seems like a whole other planet. Thank you so much!Delete
Good luck from me Jennifer. You need a job with regular hours and nice people. I hope you get one soon.ReplyDelete
Thank you Rachel! I hope you're doing OK and I hope your brother is steadily healing.Delete
Mr turner is magnificent in the previouus post xReplyDelete
Yes he is!Delete
Good luck with the job interview, Jennifer. Fingers crossed that they know you are the right person.ReplyDelete
My hopes and wishes are for you tonight. Those hours are almost criminal.ReplyDelete
Jenny, those ARE strenuous hours you munch away there, day after day, and so late at night too, not good at all! Good luck! I wish it with all my heart! Greetings Maria xReplyDelete