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21 January 2005 @ 01:05 pm
So the hiring manager called in sick for our meeting this morning--he sounded horrible, bad cold. That means I have to wait until Monday to hear the terms of their offer. Eh. I'm over the hump of my angst and I can hold the rest of it till then. I hope to be productive this weekend, with the writing and stuff.

I thought I had more to say than this but I'm in a post-lunch stupor. All my words are suffocated in manicotti. Less than four more hours until I can go home for the weekend. Yay.

Thank you guys for all your comments by the way; you make me feel all jazzed. :>) (Except for how I'm feeling increeeedibly sleepy right now, but I'm managing to host both moods.)

Back to work.
kaydee23kaydee23 on January 21st, 2005 09:37 pm (UTC)
Congrats! I hope they give you lots and lots and lots more $$$.
Trepkostrepkos on January 21st, 2005 09:53 pm (UTC)
There should be beds in all workplaces for post-prandial napping.
Kest: kitties!kestrelsan on January 21st, 2005 10:44 pm (UTC)
Hey, on the off-chance you don't know about this site: salary.com

You can search for a comparable job title (they have pretty good job descriptions) in your geographic area to look at the median salaries for that position. If you're forced to negotiate salary with them, it might come in handy.

I only know about it because I had to spend four hours today on it for *my* job for various reports. Even after that, I think it's a fun and useful site.
(Anonymous) on January 22nd, 2005 12:26 am (UTC)
Hi...you don't know me but I've been lurking for 2 or 3 years now...you are my favorite Buffy fan fi
Hi...you don't know me but I've been lurking for 2 or 3 years now ...I'm not American and I think that's why I haven't dared comment until now...I just can't get past the cultural barrier of communicating with someone I don't know face-to-face ...but I was so happy for you, to hear about your new job offer, I had to write to congratulate you :) You are my favorite Buffy fan fiction writer and I also wanted to take the opportunity to thank you for the gifts you so generously bestow on us avid readers and virtual Spike lovers. Your writing is breath-taking (literally, for me). My favorite pieces are "Involuntary Bodies" and the Spike/Riley thing you wrote some time ago. I'm a die-hard Spuffy fan, and never in a million years could I have imagined Spander or Spiley, but there you go and make me tremble every time I read you. Your last chapter on Season Noir was simply brilliant (the one where everyone changed roles). Thank you for bringing such totally generous joy to perfect strangers, and CONGRATULATIONS AGAIN!!!