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Sunday, November 26, 2006


Still in Missouri. I've so enjoyed seeing and hugging and laughing with our five-year-old grandson, but I'm so ready to go sleep in my own bed tonight.

I leave Wednesday to go see our new granddaughter and the other two cuties. I dread that plane ride, and will be stressing on Tuesday about what I can carry on, and praying the airline doesn't lose my luggage.

The trip is work related. An interview. I'm nervous. Not so much about the interview, but more on the ramifications if it goes well.

I don't know what's worse. Sigh.


Anonymous said...

We really enjoyed seeing you all, too short though! Sorry you had a late departure time though, and for my mini breakdown over this stupid speech class. Only three more weeks and this hell is over, until the next 8 weeks. :)

Hope you made it home safely!


Gina said...

Re the job: You can always say no if it doesn't feel right. "No, thanks" can be the best thing to say sometimes.

That said, I wish you luck. Maybe it'll turn out to be the job of your dreams! :)

V-Grrrl said...

Good luck. After hubby applied for the job in Belgium, I spent many a sleepless night hoping he'd get it and then secretly wishing he wouldn't.

Change is scary, but you gain so much by stepping outside your comfort zone. I hope after the interview you'll have a clearer sense of whether this is the time to do that.

wordgirl said...

Wish I had a work-related trip. Or...just a trip. Or work. You know what I mean.

Sherrie said...

Good luck. Like Gina said, you can always say no. I have, when I could tell the fit would be bad.