Still working on that Nero d’Avola. The more I let it breathe in between sips and savors, the more I enjoy it. The more tasty and smooth it becomes to my palette. And that is it all right with me.
Not quite a full moon. But we’re just a day or two away from one. I love full moons. I’ve been in love with the moon since I was a child. I would tell my mother, whenever we were out driving and the moon was full and bright, that it was following us. Following me. How could it not have been? A left there, a right here, a sharp turn a few blocks away — there he was. Just quietly following me.
I have a second interview tomorrow. I hadn’t a chance to say anything over these past couple days, just been real busy with regular life. But I interviewed for a new role at a subsidiary company of a nonprofit real estate company and had thought the interview went really well. I was scheduled to come in at 3pm and didn’t leave till 4:46pm. Damn good, I would say. I asked how soon were they looking to fill the role and the say said the next two weeks were going to be full of first round interviews, then afterwards, they would begin to do second round interviews with the CEO of the company. I pegged that to be middle of April at the very latest, right?
I interviewed on Monday. This past Monday. The 26th. My second interview with the CEO is this Friday. DAMN! I cannot begin to tell you how excited I am about this role (and their 3 page list of employee benefits) and how elated I am that something I want is moving so fast. I’ve already claimed it. This job is mine. They have the right kind of people — so it seems– the right kind of environment and attitude about work and progressing in one’s career. AND… it’s only 10 or 11 blocks from my house. AND… if I bused it to and from work, they would pay for that!
Where that’s emoji with the hands up?
But’s that’s child’s play benefits. This organization offers life, death, accidental, travel, short and long term disability insurance, AFLAC, all medical — health, vision, dental, lasik, 401K in which they pay 15% of the employee’s salary into even if the employee doesn’t commit to anything, they have a tuition reimbursement, PC purchase program, public transportation stipend (already told you about that), housing purchase program, and a few other things I’ve forgotten off the top of my head. And here we thought benefits were on their way out like private sector pensions were a few decades ago.
All I asked is that you keep me in your prayers. If you don’t pray, cross some fingers for me. Just send me good vibes.
What about my dream and goal to start and run my own business? That is still the goal. It hasn’t changed. But however I can move in that direction, by any means necessary.