Welcome to 2012

I have an interview lined up for a Saturday job. Unfortunately, the interview time is when I’m at work. I’ve called my supervisor so hopefully I’ll be able to take that afternoon off to go for this interview, but she isn’t back at work until Tuesday.

I wouldn’t think she’d object to my taking that afternoon off as, after all, the job I’m going for is a Saturday library job – still working for the council.

This will leave me with three council jobs (if I get it).

Obviously there’s my job as a lollipop lady (school crossing guard to those of you in the States) and then I’m also doing casual work at my dad’s school. He’s a caretaker there and mentioned that they needed someone to occasionally take the dinners to the school and do dinner lady duties when other staff are off sick.

It’s not a regular thing but at least it’s extra money. A library job too would be extra nice. I could do with the cash and working with books? Well, that’s always a plus.

Hopefully, 2012 will be a better year for me.

I know that a few friends from way out of town are talking about visiting some time. They’ve mentioned that perhaps they would near my birthday, which would be great. My birthdays always seem to attract calamities instead of joy or similar, so to have a few of my very best friends around me all together would be really great.

I went out on New Years Eve hoping to feel some kind of change in the air, too, but there was nothing. Just like it didn’t feel Christmassy, it didn’t feel like anything had changed and had been refreshed with the passing of the midnight stroke. I dreamt, a couple of days before, about having my memories erased as in a certain favourite film.

In the dream, I ended up crying because there were things I wanted to keep but I couldn’t. It was a very odd dream to say the least. I’ve been having quite a few like that lately.

I’m not making any resolutions this year. There’s no point. They’re forgotten too easily anyway and I don’t feel there’s anything I can really make as a resolution.

However, I wish everyone good luck with their own resolutions. Feel free to let me know what your aims are for this coming year.

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3 thoughts on “Welcome to 2012”

  1. Working in a library has always been one of those secret dream jobs for me, along with being a curator in a museum and being a romantic novelist. I'm working on the last one at least! Good Luck 🙂

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