Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Guess what?!

So I got called yesterday to set up an interview for a job! Yay! It's the same job I did before I was laid off, but that's alright just means I have all the experience they are looking for plus more! It's an inbound customer service with friendly customers, so I shouldn't get yelled at too much, well not as much as my last job! At least that is what I have been told.

So yesterday Hillary and I planned to get me ready for my interview on Tuesday, but it started out really rough. We both woke up with massive sinus headaches. I already had a sinus infection/congestion, which wasn't helping matters. We were both in PAIN!

However, the plans were to dye my hair black, which we did because going into an interview with black, brown, blond, gray and green hair wouldn't go over well I don't think. Yes those were the colors that were in my hair, or that my hair was.  Hillary did my nails for me too! They are white tip with a black line. That's all I really needed to have done, because I am just awesome all the other ways. Haha!

~*I know it's a small pic, but I ♥ my nails!*~

So I anxiously await for Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. to get here. I am so excited and I think I will do just fine in the interview. Again, I have done this inbound customer service for over 13 years, and to know that I wont be getting yelled at makes it even better and makes me want this job even more, and will suffice while I get my Mortuary Science Degree which I start in January.

Yay!!!

6 comments:

Simple Dude said...

Thats great news on the interview... now you just have to ace the sucker!

SD
http://simpledudecomplexworld.blogspot.com/

eemah said...

that's great, good luck for the interview, makes me think.. i want to have a job too, or start up a little business, online. what do you think?

Canadianbloggergirl said...

Break a Leg on the interview!

CBG
canadianbloggergirl.blogspot.com

Nicole said...

yey! congrats! love the nails!

Damn The Broccoli said...

Mortuary Science sounds amazing! I briefly knew a Forensic Entomologist a while back and that is an pretty awesome thing to have on your business card.

The Sword of Odin Knife Blog said...

Hey!

That surely is great news! I wish you the very best on your interview.

We will all be rooting for you.
Now, Go get 'em tiger... I mean tigress!