Dear Hearts and Gentle People,
I'm sorry I haven't been around to see you. Know that I care about you and miss you all very much.
I spent the past week training for my new job. Fortunately, it's paid training. Unfortunately, it might be a temporary job.
I don't know when I'll be able to blog again or visit you, but I'm thinking about you.
Infinities of love,
Wishing you to best with your new career! (I am not thinking that temporary word)ReplyDelete
Sadly, it's the reality.Delete
You got the job? Woo Hoo and happy dances. And like Anne I am not thinking or saying the T word.ReplyDelete
I have to say it.Delete
Not temporary! Show 'em you Excel skills! All the best.ReplyDelete
No Excel involved, but I'm still glad that I learned it.Delete
I've been remiss too. Fingers crossed temporary lasts as long as you want it to.ReplyDelete
Hope the temporary turns to permanent - IF you like it. Good luck with everything! Paid training is a great thing.ReplyDelete
It's a wait and see thing. I would like it if I didn't have the "temporary" hanging over my head.Delete
Gosh I've been checking back over and over again to see if you got the job and wondering what/where it was. Congrats on landing it! They will love you and want to keep you, I'm sure!ReplyDelete
It's not up to the trainers or even the HR dept.Delete
May your job last as long as you want or need it to! Work does have a way to disturb our blogging. I see you have a Savannah Book Festival banner up. This will be the fourth book festival since I moved back South and again, I'm out of town for it :(ReplyDelete
Savannah Book Festival? I'm not aware of it.Delete
Hopefully, the job turns out to be full time and not temporary. See you when we see you.
Who could ever forget Helen Reddy? I wonder if she still roars...
My anxiety over the uncertainty is terrible.Delete
Good luck with the new job---hope it turns into a permanent position for you.ReplyDelete
Thanks. I hope it works out.Delete
Good luck with the new job! Perhaps it'll lead to a permanent position. You just never know.ReplyDelete
It's a wait and see situation.Delete
Exciting! I hope it works out to be a permanent job but even if it doesn't, it's one more good-looking thing on your resume!ReplyDelete
I don't think a job that last a few weeks looks very good on a resume.Delete
I hope you like it :)ReplyDelete
Hi Janie - that's great you're getting training... well done. Love that Helen Reddy song ... all the best - HilaryReplyDelete
The song is our Women's Anthem.Delete
I hope that whether it's short or long it is rewarding. Such is life.ReplyDelete
Congratulations & good luck!!ReplyDelete
Sometimes life has to come first, we will be here when you have the timeReplyDelete
If you're not going to be around, at least you're getting paid. Hopefully, it's more than WDW pays for overnight shifts.ReplyDelete
Oh Janie, I think of you often, hope all will go well.ReplyDelete
cheers, parsnip and mandibles
Sending good thoughts your direction!!!ReplyDelete
Wishing you success!ReplyDelete
All the best with your new job, Janie.ReplyDelete
I've been away too, but I've been spending money on vacation and not making money with work. Now I should probably find a job to pay for my travels.ReplyDelete
I wish you well with the job and offer hopes of a bright and prosperous 2018.
Tossing It Out
Good luck with the job, Janie! I've been mostly absent from the Blogosphere as well. Catch you next time, maybe?ReplyDelete
Gasp! I came back just in time to see that you aren't going to be here. Best of luck!ReplyDelete
I hope it goes well, sweet lady. p.s. hope you find some time for blogging. I work full time, yet still manage a bit each week... :)ReplyDelete
When my training period ends, I should have some free time.Delete