On the work front, I did have an interview on Thursday for a contract position. It will be a couple of weeks before I know if it is a real possibility. This where I need to think a bit. It is contract, which means temp, which is what I would prefer at this time. But as noted on the blog in the past, a real career change might be what I need. I have been in a manufacturing environment which has included purchasing, inventory, planning and sales administration. It may be time to chuck this, although I have no idea of what to replace it with. This is why a contract position might be ideal, maybe to allow me to transition me somewhere else...although this possible assignment could be interesting for 6-12 months. Stay tuned.
I didn't take this one, but Kid1 did in Paris in 2004. I really enjoy this one, even though she and Patti were actually there and Kid2 and myself were home in the Naugatuck Valley. As the story goes, they were on a tour bus, and the picture was taken through the window. Wow. I would love to go to Paris, but it will take much planning (and $) to make a trip like this work with the wheelchair, but I can still dream. I was told that the elevators on la Tour Eiffel should accommodate a wheelchair.
As promised earlier, I am showcasing the 67¢ basting brush the F.O gave me last week. Isn’t it a beauty? Agreed that there are many things to be concerned about in this world, so why not get excited about an item I can and will use? In this photo, Kid2 is basting chicken on the grill. I like it. The humid weather has passed and it was a delightful 77 deg. F with dry northwest winds at about 15MPH. A great family day.
To Lynn, I am honored for the award and will post about this real soon.