March 26, 2007 at 12:45 pm | Posted in Employment, Happy, sick | 9 Comments

Well, thanks to all of your wonderful thoughts being sent my way, I have two interviews scheduled with nationwide suit-wearing companies this week. One of the companies isn’t hiring, they just want to meet me because they think I’m cool. No, seriously. The other company is offering a plethora of positions and probably has as many candidates for the job so my hopes aren’t sky-high, but I’m pleased nonetheless.

Now if only I could get over being [half-dead] sick by my interview tomorrow morning, life would be perfect. I have spent the entire morning (with a few intermissions of watching The View and other meaningless TV) in the bathroom. I’m barely getting over the cold I’ve suffered through all week, and now everything else in my body has decided that it too would like to revolt. Thank you, body. I haven’t slept through a night in at least seven days and it seems that even NyQuil is no match for a restless Lauren.

But I don’t even care. I could lose a limb and would still make it to these interviews, because damnit, there is a light at the end of the tunnel and no sickness inducing bug is going to take my light away.

Happiness in comments. What makes your day?


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  1. Sweet, I get to be the first to say “I told you so!”
    Congrats and good luck with that interview stuff. Hey, they already think you’re “cool” so you’ve pretty much got the job.

  2. Good luck!!
    Hmm what makes my day? Receiving money or cards. Better yet cards with money tucked inside.

  3. Sending good luck vibes your way! Soo sorry to hear you caught the crud. Yuck. (((Lauren)))

  4. Get well and knock ’em dead.
    kind of an oxymoron, isn’t it?

  5. Hope it all works out.
    Let us know how it goes.

    🙂 Sending chicken soup!

  6. Frankly, if you were ever completely, totally, 100% A-rated, absolutely fit and well I would die from shock.

    Just make sure that the light at the end of the tunnel isn’t a gynaecologist.

    Love ya


  7. It is now tomorrow, so hopefully a positive report is on its way here any minute. I’ve got my fingers crossed that you’ll get a job that you can enjoy and that leaves you plenty of time for your photography.

  8. Yay!

  9. Receiving money or cards would definitely make my day too Sarah. And thanks for the chicken soup and well wishes. I think you’re all pretty cool.

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