Wednesday, August 03, 2011

the en with the good

So an update on my interview, it went well and the job was not as bad as I though however, it is still not what I want to be doing. They did mention this intensive 5-6 week training that is mandatory and the problems with that is that my vacation is in the middle of that. So while they really liked me the vacation was a deal killer so I did not get to the next round. And I am ok with that, I did not burn any bridges and I can keep looking for something more appealing to me.

I had a few interviews and chats with rewriters since then so at least I am getting calls. I just hoe that there is something out there soon.

On to happier news, Hubs and I celebrated our anniversary this weekend. This year had some up and some downs and there was a rough patch but, looking back it made us more committed to not just each other but making our relationship work better. IT has taught us how to value each other, built trust and increase communication.

This year, hubs decided to make the weekend full of surprises. He did not tell me what or where were may be going until the day before. So On Friday we went to see Cirque Du Soleil OVO. It It was just spectacular. Saturday we went to dinner at one of my most favorite restaurants for tapas. Sunday he booked us a couples massage where we found our Zen. Monday was our actual anniversary and he gave me some pretty presents.

On Sunday night, we had tickets to see Paul McCartney. I have always wanted to see him and when the opportunity came up I jumped at the tickets. I was determined to get them. He was utterly amazing. He just played for three hours and there were times that I had tears in my eyes because I was just so overwhelmed. To say I loved it is an understatement.

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So who is on your concert bucket list?

2 comments:

KT said...

Happy anniversary! That sounds like a great anniversary weekend!

My sister also saw McCartney in Chicago and said that he was absolutely amazing.

kilax said...

Happy anniversary! My team leader went to the concert too and LOVED it!

And good for you for making the right decision about the job :)