When it rains, it pours.
Wasn’t it only this morning that I described to you the nothingness of my existence? Well, that is no longer the case.
For the past two hours, I have been busy. Yes, busy. Unbelievable after 6 months of lazing around doing nothing of particular significance. Yes, I have been writing my novel, but that’s a task I set myself, not something that concerns a third party. So it doesn’t count in my definition of ‘busy’.
I was busy updating my CV and studying it. In two hours, I have scribbled two pages of A4 that explained the who, what, when, where, why of each entry in my CV. No wonder my finger hurts.
You may remember (from Part 1) that I was contemplating applying for a part-time waitressing job. Why must I work so hard on my CV to become a waitress, you rightly ask. The answer is simple. The CV is for a different job.
What job, you ask, surprised. Well, I am no less surprised than you are. Ten hours ago, I had no knowledge of the job whatsoever, and now I have spent a little over two hours preparing to interview for it.
The interview is tomorrow.
I won’t tell you what the job is. That might jinx it.
But please don’t be offended. And do rejoice in my opportunity to re-enter employment.
I will be back to let you know how it goes. Well actually no. I will be back if I have good news. I won’t let my misery tarnish your day.