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At least there's no second flood. Yet.

First, I have an internship. It's part-time in the late morning and early afternoon, meaning that I can use the rest of that time to look for actual jobs. Yes, the people there are aware that I am still looking for a real job. I need the experience and something to do, so this is good. I start on Monday.

Second, my website is up and running again! This time I'll actually keep it updated. My goal for this is real writing, where the LJ will concentrate on life. There will of course be connections between the two sites. See the first entry there, which is inspired by a real life incident--the Big Bang Theory marathon that the Society of Physics Students at Agnes hosted last night. I let slip to a couple of members that I had never seen it and that everyone and their mother had recommended it, and next thing I knew, I had no more excuses. I also ran into Dr. Riddle on the way to the observatory. Apparently several students tried to convince him to go too, but he didn't.

It has been raining on and off this afternoon. The rain started as soon as I put on my socks and decided I was going grocery shopping. Don't you love when that happens? The weather says it'll be sunnier tomorrow, so I can go then.

By the way, I love the show.

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musical_junkie
Sep. 26th, 2009 10:43 pm (UTC)
I was seriously considering going to the BBT thing last night, but decided against it, as I have the DVDs in my room and DOLLHOUSE.

I'm SO glad you liked it, because it is legit. one of my favorite shows in the universe.
sushimustwrite
Sep. 26th, 2009 10:51 pm (UTC)
It's hilarious. A bunch of us math and science kids were in the back row howling (and probably wondering what would happen if we tried that).
jenandbronze
Sep. 27th, 2009 04:37 am (UTC)
At least you have something to gain experience, i don't necessarily, and wish I did... finding any volunteer work in my area of expertise that suit me isn't working out in this town. Luckily, I am working with an excellent employment agency that is willing to assist with helping me alongside my own hunting for jobs... It isn't easy at all.
sushimustwrite
Sep. 27th, 2009 06:55 pm (UTC)
Indeed. I see the chance to gain experience as a good thing--and besides, it's something to do!

Good luck finding a job; you're lucky to have an employment agency on your side.
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