Between exams and preparing for interviews and Scouts and life, I’ve been busy.
And felt guilty for not updating more often, but it’s my recreational blog, so nyah.
I had an interview today. I slept through it. I woke up at 9:22 am. I was supposed to wake up at 7:30 am to give me plenty of time to shower, get dressed, look like a young professional that was serious yet approachable.
I may be a college graduate, but can I remember to set, check and double-check my bloody alarm clock?
I think I did okay, and am now anxiously awaiting a phone call. (pleasepleasepleasepleasepleasepleaseplease phone!)
I spent a few days in Vancouver this week which was a nice change of pace. A little sad no one came out to play cards, maybe next time.
When I got home, I had mail! It looked all official and stuff so I ripped it open, lo and behold, it was my diploma! Fancy paper (printer paper) with a shiny gold foil seal and everything. (My typing certificate is a thicker paper with an embossed seal, for the record. Way to go, College!)
After five years, I finally have something to show for all my efforts.
Now to decide if I really actually want to go to UVic in the fall or take a break. I guess work options will determine that. I can’t be on-call/shift work if I’m in class all day. I did tell my interviewers that I would plan around then as much as possible, so here is hoping! Hoping to the ends of the earth and back…
I am officially a smarty-pants who cannot remember her alarm clock is set 12 hours fast. (12 hr clock, one small green light to show am/pm.)
My Scouts won last weekend! Yes, the entire weekend.
It was the GVA Spring Challenge camp, so each activity was scored, including general teamwork, and spirit. I was so proud when our little troop (7 on a good day, only 5 made it to camp and 4 survived the whole weekend) was called for first prize.
They did a great job, and a leader from another troop was so impressed, he came over to tell us how much he enjoyed working with the 7th scouts and how well they worked together :3
So that’s life in a nutshell.
Also, I did stay up to watch the Royal Wedding. It’s history in the making. Also a Disney fairytale in real life!
She’s a complete and total commoner (Lady Diana was in the aristocracy, don’t forget), who fell in love and married the Prince!
And her dress was AMASING! Oh wow do I want to try something like that on, but I know every girl who gets married in the next decade will wear the same or a very similar design…
Sigh. Hey, Harry, I’m a fan! I don’t mind that you’re a ginger 😉