Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Sit Down, Take Your Shoes Off
The photo above is a picture of the porch area of The Elms, a hotel in Excelsior Springs that we visited for a most relaxing pleasant Sunday outing last week. I'd had such a bad week last week that we just went for a relaxing drive in the cool weather last Sunday. We stopped at the hotel, walked the grounds and had a really serene afternoon. I look back fondly at that overcast, cool day, especially now that we're cook'n again in the mid-90s. Did I ever mention I hate summer? Well, definitely. So my mind wanders back to that cool day and heaves a sigh of relief just thinking about it.
Today I went to a Job Fair for sales people. It was a good chance to meet face-to-face with several prospective employers. It's hard to tell, of course, with such brief interviews, but I think there were a couple of different companies where I really hit it off well with the managers who were interviewing. Hopefully there will be some opportunities that will develop into something. I already got a call-back from one place and I have two interviews scheduled for this week. That makes me happy. I want to start working again soon. So it's been a good day. Thank you Lord. (Thank you, thank you). I could use more confidence-building days like today.
Also, I've made it down to the heel flap on the socks. The holes don't show up much in mine, because it's Cacade Fixation. But I like the effect. Here's my sock in
I'm feeling much better today, folks. Thanks for the kind words of encouragement. Woody Allen has left the building, at least for today.