Can someone honestly tell me why people ask this question: "Why did you decide to apply with us?"
Because I want a job! I'm not sure I want to work at the same place for the rest of my life. I'm only 27. At this point, I don't want a career, I want a job. Why do I not want a career? Because I really want to be a writer. But I've been slacking so I need to get my but in gear.
Anyway, when I go to work tomorrow, I have to tell my friend/boss what's going on. There's a background check and at some point I have to be certified in something. She mentioned what it was, I think, but I was shaking so I don't really remember. I have to fill out an application and fax it in. It's almost done. I'm not worried about the majority of the background check except for the part where they're going to check my credit. It's not great but it isn't rock bottom either. I'm working on getting my credit score up - so I can do things like get a car and a house and stuff.
After I get this application filled out and sent back in, I'm going to start on the second draft of my NANO 2011 project. It's about time I get cracking on that. August is Camp Nano, so I'd like to get the draft done before that. Then I have to find someone to read it before I can do anything else.
On a different subject, I may have upset Poppet. (Nickname for best friend.)
She's in a bit of a predicament and I told her to basically walk away from the situation before she get's her heart broken and I don't think she liked that answer. In fact, I'm sure she didn't it. I honestly feel she needed someone to tell her that though, and if it were reversed, she'd tell me. I'm just starting to feel like every time she asks me about stuff, I just keep telling her no. Have I been wrong? No, but that doesn't make it better. Sigh.
On the housing front, it looks like I stuck where I'm at for the moment. Don't get me wrong, it's a nice place. But I'll be living with my brother beside my parents. It's just weird. I'll need time to save money anyway, so whatever. I'm tired, so I'm going to get going.
Everyone have a great night! Smooches.