Saturday, May 30, 2009
I am going to have a lovely weekend. Today I am going to go for a walk in the park in the sun (if Matt ever wakes up after a night shift) and do karaoke at Tiger Tiger. Tomorrow I am going to see my sister and my nephew. And on Monday (which I'm counting as part of the weekend - after the bank holiday last weekend I'm starting to believe all weekends are three days long!) I'm off work as my best friend is back from Indonesia and we're spending the day in Manchester: shopping, buying books, drinking coffee.
I wish you all a lovely weekend too!
Monday, May 11, 2009
I started my new job today. And I survived! I had a meeting to discuss what I need to do, which was useful. I met my new team, who seem nice. I made some lists of things to do and a list of people I need to see. I went out for a leaving lunch with my old team. I got my phone number transferred. I regretted getting my old number transferred when I ended up getting numerous phone calls from and about old tenants.
So far, so good.
In other news, I had a small bump in my car on Thursday. I was fine, it was less so. Maybe I'm just really not destined to drive!
Wednesday, May 06, 2009
I finally have a start date for my new job. I'm starting on Monday. I was off work yesterday, working on uni stuff, and I'm in uni today. This gives me two days to tie up all the loose ends and make my desk tidy.
I'm excited about starting my new job - I'm going to be responsible for moving tenants out of their accommodation into new accommodation. I'm really looking forward to having a job where I plan what I'm going to do and then, for the most part, do it, rather than just dealing with whatever the day throws at me. It's going to be challenging trying to keep people happy and facilitate the moves, but it's really good to do something new.
I'm also excited because I am hopeful that two weeks today I will have handed in all my university work and be free for the summer to do summery things, like go to the pub and actually go outside and see people. It is the end of my hermitage. Until next winter, when I'll crawl back into a dark cave and sleep for 6 months.