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1st interview~done

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Today's interview for the kennel attendant job is now done. Now I wait for the other 6 people to have their interviews. Then probably next week the 2nd interviews & training day starts. So I will still be keeping my fingers crossed to get called back for that. The kennels are open from 7:30am-5pm and usually only 1 or 2 people working there.

In the meantime I will be busy making jewelry & crotcheting. Seems there is a "Spring Bazaar" coming up on May 9th, so a friend and I are setting up a table together at the rec center for that. While my hands are busy with jewelry and yarn, I won't be picking up junk-food....course I won't be hiking much either until this bazaar is done.
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  • CHILEPALM
    emoticon Good Luck, Squawk!

    You are doing such awesome things... what a wonderful time to enjoy in your life!
    4235 days ago
  • SERIOUSLY_OLGA
    I wish you all the best of luck on the job. You are awesome and know your stuff so hopefully they will see that too.
    Great job on jumping in and helping out with the bazarr. YOu are quite the motivator!
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    4237 days ago
  • AZBACKPACKER
    Got my fingers crossed for your callback....

    You stay busy and I hope you do well at the Bazaar, but remember you are under 60 days for your hike. Allow yourself an hour a day for a walk or hike or be walking to work.. :) You don't want sore legs for your stay at the point.......

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    4237 days ago
  • WILD4STARS
    My fingers are crossed for the call back!! Post some pictures of your jewelry and crocheting.
    emoticon Vikki
    4237 days ago
  • NHGRL68
    I hope you get the call back:-) That's great that you have something enjoyable to keep you busy too! emoticon
    4237 days ago
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