Thursday, August 03, 2006

Holding my breath for the weekend...

Aside from the hig points of the week (drinking and going out almost everynight) , this week has been highly uneventful.

Its been so hot this week, over 100 for 2 days, that I thought my skin was going to melt right off of my body.

I managed to secure myself an interview for tomorrow.....I dont want to work, but living like a rockstar, is, shockingly, starting to get boring.....I didnt want to have a job, but I find that since all my friends are working, its rare that they want to go out during the week, because they all have to get up so early. I can usually get different people to go out different nights of the week, but we're still done all of our drinking by midnight.

So ya....job interview. Its all good though, i miss my field. And considering how easily I get bored, this will give me something to do.

I literally almost got in 4 car accidents today, all with in an hour and a half, and when I decided to go shopping, I almost got into a fight with some 18 year old. And when I went in to one store, there was a kid having a full out tantrum on the floor, complete with kicking and screaming. When I gave her the slit eye, she noticed, and thought that it was really funny, so for the remainder of my time in the store, she would run up to me, poke me on the leg and giggle and run away. So, controlling my temptation to slap the shit out of her, I left.

I ran into Miss Ash's mom, while I was out, and then went to LD's to watch Big Brother.

I just got home, and have yet to prepare myself for my interview tomorrow....it should be easy enough though, I only have to facilitate a 10 minute group session on Anger Management. Piece of cake....You know, in all honesty, figuring out what to wear is what I stress about the most in these situations. I could care less if I get this job. I'm almost positive it's full time, and once September comes, I have class 2 days a week, so would have to quit anyway, unless they're about to pay me an obscene amount of money...which in social services...i'm not holding my breath.

Wish me luck.

19 comments:

Lindsey said...

Good luck on the interview. I had a crappy but ending up okay day. Got flat tire. Was called ma'am by the young guy that fixed it for me. Managed to make it to the tire place and remembered that my dad made me buy the road hazard warranty so I got a free tire! rock on.

Princess Pessimism said...

Linny - Thanks girl....sorry about your flat, I know how stressful that can be. Once I got one, and didnt know and continued to drive on the rim of my car, cause it had blown off....some hottie fireman came and helped me out.

Good thing you listened to your dad! Sometimes, they're good for somethings...

Big Ben said...

I suggest wearing a tight pink Star Trek inspired T-shirt.

I need anger management

Jennifer said...

Wait! Wait!
What do you know about anger management? I love you dear, but your temper.... well you have one. On the other hand, I suppose that having someone who never got angry would not be be helpful either.

Princess Pessimism said...

Ben - Put in a good word with Ash for me, i'll wear it if she says yes! LOL

Why do you need anger management?

Jenni - OH WHATEVER. My attitude is what you love most about me darling. Kidding.....i worked well with those brats in the states, this wont be much different. I get along well with those kids. They're fiesty, and so am i.

angel, jr. said...

Have a good weeked.

Trib said...

Good luck! You almost got in a fight with an 18mo or 18yo?

Scott said...

Best of luck with the gig. i am sure that you will find something "fabulous" to wear.

Can guys use that word?

Scott

Phil said...

How did the interview go? You have to blog about that. Be wary after the 4 car accidents. That's karma telling you something. I almost had two car accidents once the day I did a funny post about the Pope.

Princess Pessimism said...

Angel - Thanks...you too!

Trib - 18 year old...That other kid was like 5

Scott - Thanks!!! And yes, men are allowed to say that word, but only the fabulous ones!

Phil - I was in such a pissy mood that day...whatever karma was trying to tell me, I wasnt listening.

Miss Ash said...

At least you know what the principles of the YCJA are now LOL.

Natalia said...

Good LUCK!!!! :)

*huggles*

-N

Hernesto G said...

Hey, you know... this is b.s.! If I were a girl I wouldn't work a day in my life! I would use my body to get everything, from cars to houses!!! I would be an exclusive whore and sleep with only rich men, BUT when I would sleep with them it would be all out, no holds bars, basically as dirty as you can imagine! So, I don't understand what the hell is going on? Can't you be dirty enough for older richer guys to pay for all your whims? I wish you luck in finding a guy like that!!!

Princess Pessimism said...

Miss Ash - Ya ya....

Natalia - Thanks!!!

Hernesto - I found a guy like that. He wanted to buy me a car, and wanted me to live with him so he could support me. It was too wierd, I felt guilty about it. I moved and never called him again.

Hernesto G said...

where you as dirty as one can imagine with him? your problem is that you limited yourself to one guy! imagine if you had 3 boyfriends that bought you stuff and you told all 3 of them you are not breaking up with them.

Amichai said...

I'm interested in this fight. What exactly went down, and was there any lime jello in the vicinity?

Now I know that might have seemed like a sexist remark, but, can you tell me honestly you don't find any sort of violence more amusing between anyone of any gender or ethnicity, if there was somehow lime jello involved? I bet no one would complain if Israel and Lebanon got into one huge lime Jello wrestling match. Hell, the UN would be the one's selling the tickets.

Seriouslyl though, what was up with the almost fisticuffs?

Princess Pessimism said...

Amichai - Oh...um..Okay.

I was walking through the mall, and this group of like 18 year olds were walking past me, just talking to eachother, and they were so wide across that my arm bumped her purse. I heard them stop talking and the one girl says "Uhh..Hello???" *like all valley girl*.

So I stopped walking, and turned around and she's like "do you have ANY idea how much this purse cost?" and I turned around and gave her the meanest slit eye I could muster up, and said "not even a HALF of what mine cost."

She was so startled, and the look on her face was priceless....that she was like "oh...oh im sorry for bumping you..."

and I was on my way.

Hernesto G said...

Valley Girl... hahahahahahah how do you know that term??? oh mah god, that's soooo Southern California!!!

Princess Pessimism said...

HErnesto - We have valley...well no. Let me rephrase....we have wanna be valley girls here.