This morning didn’t start out great–I was tired and really didn’t want to go to work (though a little countdown I’ve got going on helped). But shortly after getting here, I received an e-mail asking to schedule an interview for the job testing newborns’ ears.
As I’ve mentioned before, it’s a part-time job, looks like the kind of thing I’d enjoy, and I’ve heard great stuff about the people and the job from a friend who works there. The best part? Tomorrow I’m participating in a volunteer opportunity with the company where I’m currently employed. And after doing it, we get most of the afternoon off, so I was able to schedule the interview for tomorrow. Thoughts, prayers, and good wishes would be great! 🙂
I’m trying to contain my excitement.
My article about Dreamhost being the frugal choice was included.
Other posts I like include:
Melissa from A Penny Closer found out that her frugality was inadvertantly distancing her from a friend.
Brip Blap just might have to start a t-shirt company. I’d buy one if I weren’t being frugal! 😉 (p.s. leave a good comment and you just might win big–see his site for more details)
And Mom is Teaching asks readers to comment about the cost of homeschooling. Some excellent comments here. I can tell you what my family did— bought used curricula, swapper curricula, and of course bought a set and using them with both kids (looks better when you average it over, say, 7 kids). Oh, then reselling them cheaply to another family. (If you have friends who are alternate years with your kids, you can pass most reusable materials back and forth–like Saxon Algebra (which about killed me!).)