Taking shots of prune juice for a cheap thrill.
July 1, 2011 § Leave a Comment
Everything that was going good quickly knows how to unravel rather quickly.
Interview Wednesday it went great. Almost too great. On my way back home, got a call to have an interview on Friday.
Okay, that’s pretty awesome, fast response, and they want to see on Friday. Awesome.
On the Turnpike, big truck in front of me, watched its tire explode, and decide to destroy the front of my car.
Well, not as awesome, but I had an interview Friday.
HOLD UP, WAIT A MINUTE, LET ME PUT SOME KUSH UP IN IT.
Spoke too soon, as soon as I found out that I would have an interview Friday, it got taken away from me, and rescheduled for a later date. Which means as soon as they feel its important to let me know, they will. Depends on when they think is quick enough for them.
One foot was out the door, waiting on the other foot. Instead, it feels like I waited too long, because as the door was about to close, instead of moving forward like any reasonable person should, I decided it would be okay to step backwards.
I don’t seem to have the best of luck, which I’ve come accustomed to. But seriously, damn. Of all the things I was general excited about, this was it. This was the most important thing that happened to me since I don’t know when. This job was going to be my way out.
Or was it? Thinking more about this job, would this job have satisfied the needs I needed when it came to paying my rent, paying everything else I have to? Would it of given me enough money to leave me with some breathing room? Or would I have been suffocated.
You never know until the formal offer is made, but I was pretty certain that I was not going to get as much as I hoped, and I was going to be disappointed in what I figured would be the job that made me say goodbye to a place where I worked for 5 years (that’s not including a six month Apple vacation — maybe I’ll explain myself in a future post about that vacation as I like to call it). Oh Best Buy, you still have me as your slave.
Now what do I do? Keep trying. Keep trying to see if I can get anything. Anything would be great. I’ll take anything over nothing. Just keep on trying, because eventually you’ll get what you want.
Easier said then done.
What will I be doing tomorrow? Waiting to see how much money the New York Rangers wasted on free agent forward Brad Richards.