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Truth be told, I’m actually job hunting. Just summing up the nerve to apply for a couple jobs, is all.
Questioning my self and skills as usual: can I/could I/will I/should I.
Like, I know I’m rad. And competent. And a self starter. But how do I put that in my cover letter? "I’m the raddest chick ever and I’ll totally rock this position." is not exactly what we call, professional selling.
Le sigh. Oh well, at least I have a sense of humour…
Apr 23, 2014

Truth be told, I’m actually job hunting. Just summing up the nerve to apply for a couple jobs, is all.

Questioning my self and skills as usual: can I/could I/will I/should I.

Like, I know I’m rad. And competent. And a self starter. But how do I put that in my cover letter? "I’m the raddest chick ever and I’ll totally rock this position." is not exactly what we call, professional selling.

Le sigh. Oh well, at least I have a sense of humour…

Apr 23, 2014
Apr 23, 2014 / 16 notes
People who believe they’ll be happy if they go and live somewhere else, learn it doesn’t work that way. Wherever you go, you take yourself with you.
Neil Gaiman (via psych-facts)
Apr 22, 2014 / 4,013 notes
the 365 Project - Day 349
Last night, I spoke with my Uncle Jimmy about meeting up this morning to take him around for errands and the like. This morning I show up on time and he wasn’t there. He obviously forgot. It happens (and a lot more often these days).
Typically I go home if he isn’t around, because driving around town proves futile but today, I gave it a shot because I had a feeling I juuuust might see him.
And I did. Standing on the corner of Talbot and Ross, waiting for the light to change. I honked to get his attention and motioned for him to meet me across the street.
After getting in the car, I treated him for coffee at Tim Horton’s as promised and we caught up on our lives and discussed family gatherings over the summer and how he would LOVE to see our Aunts, Marg and Helen, who are the sisters to his late Mom, my Grandma.
Family has always been very important to Jimmy. I sat there looking at him and nodded in agreement that yes, it’s up to family to take care of one another. And then I gave him half of my bagel since he didn’t yet have breakfast.
Apr 22, 2014 / 2 notes

the 365 Project - Day 349

Last night, I spoke with my Uncle Jimmy about meeting up this morning to take him around for errands and the like. This morning I show up on time and he wasn’t there. He obviously forgot. It happens (and a lot more often these days).

Typically I go home if he isn’t around, because driving around town proves futile but today, I gave it a shot because I had a feeling I juuuust might see him.

And I did. Standing on the corner of Talbot and Ross, waiting for the light to change. I honked to get his attention and motioned for him to meet me across the street.

After getting in the car, I treated him for coffee at Tim Horton’s as promised and we caught up on our lives and discussed family gatherings over the summer and how he would LOVE to see our Aunts, Marg and Helen, who are the sisters to his late Mom, my Grandma.

Family has always been very important to Jimmy. I sat there looking at him and nodded in agreement that yes, it’s up to family to take care of one another. And then I gave him half of my bagel since he didn’t yet have breakfast.

the 365 Project - Day 348
In the middle of trying to tell me what happened just now on Family Guy…
Apr 21, 2014 / 4 notes

the 365 Project - Day 348

In the middle of trying to tell me what happened just now on Family Guy…

Apr 21, 2014 / 1 note
WTF is feminine paper?! They’re TAMPONS, people. Why do we live in such a PC world?
Apr 21, 2014 / 1 note

WTF is feminine paper?! They’re TAMPONS, people. Why do we live in such a PC world?

hartleyphoto:

Rear cover shot for Dr Piffle & The Burlap Band - Sirius San And The Promised Land.
Self Timer/Head Tilt.
Apr 21, 2014 / 21 notes
Apr 21, 2014 / 1 note

Taurus - April 21st, 2014

There can be some side-tracking in your life these days due to a basic yearning for something more than mundane existence, dear Taurus, and this is especially the case today and this week. It’s not a bad thing to yearn for more - in fact, without dissatisfaction, progress may never be made. However, if you are doing nothing about it except nurturing restlessness and tension, then this is going to interfere with your happiness and practical affairs.
You might be experiencing some eye-opening and frustrating differences in values with people in your life that you weren’t aware of (or annoyed by) until recently. Something from the past could suddenly emerge and cause some initial discomfort. Ultimately, you’re freeing yourself up of excess baggage. Deal with whatever emerges so that you can put the past behind you.
Information that surfaces now tends to boost your ability to make a decision or come to a conclusion on a matter that has been in existence for some time. However, watch for overly impulsive and rash behavior now. The Moon in your adventure sector today sets your sights high.
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Sounds about right!