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There really is a lake in Moses Lake! Who knew?! [Apr. 19th, 2006|10:44 pm]
Nicole B
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obviously I am joking, but today was the first time in all my six years in Ellensburg that I have ventured to the thriving metropolis that is Moses Lake...

I went in for my interview today. I realize in my last post I failed to mention what the interview was for. There is this summer position I want as an RA (Residential Adviser) for the College Bound program in Moses Lake. It is basically the perfect job. I would get to work with high school kids in helping them gain the skills necessary for attaining their future goals. Does that scream school counselor or what?

Minor problems: I will likely have to miss my roommates wedding if I get hired, a possibility i was aware of before the interview, but still disappointing...
and I may not be hired because I am in a wedding on the last day of the program. Of course they asked about this at the end of the interview, and seemed somewhat disappointed when I mentioned it. Which in one way is encouraging that they wouldn't want this to stop them from being able to hire me, but not so good in that it may make me un-hireable. They said they would take note of it, and call me late next week after interviews are finished.

I am not really sure what to hope for. I will just be happy to find out. Honestly either way, God has a plan, and that is really what I want anyway. If this program isn't it, then that is ok.

I think I have spring fever (not in the romantic sense) but in the I would rather be outside playing than doing homework sense. It was wonderful to go to Moses Lake with Tami today and have a nice leisurely time eating at a cafe and wandering the campus of Big Bend in the sunshine. I want more days like this and less days filled with reading the DSM-IV-TR.
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[User Picture]From: studious_academ
2006-04-21 07:12 am (UTC)
the DSMIVTR is indeed nonsense. i think we both can agree on that. it's cerebral, formatted, clever nonsense, but nonsense none the less. AND, for that matter, so are all of my biology textbooks. complete, ridiculous, nonsense.
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