Interview went very well, i was first off the block, bright eyed and bushy tailed. Beautiful place. I meditated before I went, set off early. I think I made a good impression - well I didn't do or say anything I regret. I asked the right questions at the right time. But i think because I haven't heard anything I haven't got it, but that doesn't bother me, its one more interview under my belt, one more bit of experience. Met my friend in town afterwards (she had an interview for an admin job in town). So now its the waiting game, she's heard about hers and she didn't get in so now I'm on tenterhooks everytime the phone rings, though because its the long weekend I don't think they'll ring till tuesday. Isn't it awful Cheryl how intelligent people become blubbering wrecks when they are in a interview situation, its like their brains go awol.
The weather is absolutely terrible, drizzly and miserable and not a day to go garage saling. Mould is growing on everything as fast as you clean it off. One of the downsides of living in the wet tropics. One of the things I bet you don't miss Cheryl.
Well I was going to have a productive day today, but got stuck in 1914-1918. Norma, I did some research while ancestry was free on the military history, looks like only Harold and Sydney Skeat had any and my mums grandfather on the Neal side, though he had three attempts at getting in and deemed unfit on each one.
but his brother got in and saw active service in France. I've got someone on The Manchester Regiments forum looking for me to check everything out. Its all been very interesting.
I need to get my creative juices flowing again, I have been so bored recently, last night was terrible - I was so bored I did the vacumming and mopped the kitchen floor. I hate being like this but I can't put my mind to anything. Damm , look at the time 10.00 a.m. and I'm still in my jammys.