Taking the Scenic Route

Tuesday September 27, 2005

27th September 2005

Tuesday September 27, 2005

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Zach felt the test went well yesterday, so that was a relief.  He also took his resume to get printed off today.  He just got home and it looks really nice.  One of us is going to run over to Office Max to grab an envelope to seal it in, and he will hand it in tomorrow.  So, good on that front.

I just talked to my brother for a bit.  My SIL has a big job interview tomorrow for a job she is really wanting.  Hopefully this will be a good week/month for our whole family!

Speaking of finally getting a good job, I forgot to mention that Robert, Zach’s best friend, got the best job he has ever had.  He has always had minimum wage jobs, but last week started at the Post Office, on the night shift.  He deals with the mail that the computer rejects because it can’t read the address.  He won’t get benefits right away, but when he makes it through the probationary time period, the benefits should kick in.  We are so happy for him.  Finally something went right!

My neighbor got a call back from her dr. today.  They want her to come in to do a heart evaluation, and then will probably schedule her for a hysterectomy sometime soon.  The hysterectomy is a mixed reaction, but the heart evaluation has her freaked out.  How many things is that poor gal going to get hit with!  She is only 21.

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There are currently 2 responses to “Tuesday September 27, 2005”

  1. 1 On September 28th, 2005, bionicsquirrel said:

    I am glad Zach can now cross test and resume off of his “To stress about list”

    What happened today, I left a message and then called a couple of times later, but always got a busy signal.  We missed seeing you two today, maybe next time.

  2. 2 On September 28th, 2005, Jessemommy said:

    Keeping my figners crossed for everyone! WOw, it must be get dream job week

    I’ve been following your neighbor’s saga – it’s terrible she has so many health issues to deal with.  Even despite some parenting differences, I admire you so much for being there for her.  My nieghbor (younger than I) had a hysterectomy early this year. It’s a gravely serious thing, I hope she comes toa chioce that will be right for her but you have to live with the health repercussions for the rest of your life, at least until menopause.

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