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November 16, 2005

it's G-R-R-R-EAT!

I loved my first day at the new job, and am heading to my second day soon here. More later when I have time to breathe. Thank you all for your great comments! Now I just need to learn to manage my non-work time efficiently so I can catch up on tribe and blogs and such. :)

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November 14, 2005

the wheel of fortune keeps turning

Here's the deal :)

Because the City of [Censored, alas] waited till Friday to give me my drug test (what fun that was!) I won't start work till Tuesday. It takes 24 hours for the results to get back from the lab confirming I haven't even thought about illicit drugs ever and then I become part of the library family. Yay! So expect a report Tuesday night on my first day as a library assistant.

In other news, my troupe danced again Saturday night and had a great time. The guest troupe, Visions in Dance, is the most fabulous set of ladies I have ever had the pleasure to watch and to dance with. They are amazing and we will be dancing with them soon. They loved our set, we loved theirs. Anyway....my troupe has been asked by one of the local bellydance matriarchs to perform for her gig on New Year's Eve and get paid for it. Usually that is the night we have a birthday party for a pair of my dear friends, so I don't know if we will be dancing or not, but I hope we end up getting to dance AND have the birthday party. I have made tips before while dancing, but this is a bit different. Now I wonder how many sets she expects...

Anyway, seems like everything is going swimmingly. I'll report back about how my first day goes and then maybe I'll start having something of substance to say around here more often.

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November 07, 2005

Good News!

I have a job! I start Monday the 14th. It's at a library, I am a library assistant. I help people use the computers and find books and movies. I probably shelve them as well (the books and movies, not the people). I do not tell people to shush.

Dream job!

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