Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Still don't know if I have a job or not.

I went to the interview (then it turned out to be over 103 degrees for a few days and I think I explained that I mentally shut off in heat like that so no posts... SORRY)AND the man was home for the labor day weekend so no computer time for me.

The interview went well except the payroll they would want me to do is union which means they would have to train me. In this economy I am sure there are a ton of people who are all ready trained in union payroll so I don't have high hopes. The job was 30 hours a week with a possibility of full time though. No idea about salary though.

They said they would let me know either way within a week to two weeks.

There is part of me that doesn't look forward to doing something other then estimating. Although I know deep down that it is going to be a long time until those types of jobs start up again.
There is a part of me that is so hopeful that they will pick me. There is another part of me who firmly believes that they won't pick me. Between the two of me I am a basket case LOL

And on to the next thing lol

I wanted to share a picture of me and my grandma at the location of the wedding in Tahoe.

Here is a picture of the bride walking towards the little tent they gave her to change into her wedding dress.

Notice anything odd? Like the fact that there are clear windows on the tent....that had no curtains inside to close. Notice all the people on the beach? Around the tent? WTF
The poor thing had to get undressed and dressed in there while a group of us stood with our backs to the windows. Unreal.
Here I am at the reception with my nephew Roy and his wife Crystal. Please do not mind the OMG HOW THE HELL MUCH CHAMPAGNE DID I DRINK look I am sporting ok?

I have a ton more pictures to post from my vacation but wanted to get started with these.


  1. Actually, you just look REALLY happy...nothing wrong with that!

  2. Here's to hoping hoping hoping you get that job!

  3. great pictures! Thanks for sharing. I hope you get the job as long as it turns out that you can afford to get it! Keep us posted.

  4. Good luck with the job!

    And beautiful area for a wedding.