Does it look rather crowded? My son just moved back from Cincinnati last night. We just dumped everything in the living room and I have a feeling it is going to look like that for a while. He was living in Cincinnati after graduating in May and was unable to find a job out there - I feel bad cause he really wanted to stay there. Thankfully, as far as jobs are concerned, he did get a job at Villanova University (about 10 minutes away from us) running their intramural sports program. The job starts tomorrow!
The downside is, the pay is low and it is a 9-month position, however I can't help but think getting his foot in the door at someplace like Villanova will lead to connections and perhaps something permanent. Since the pay is so low I don't think he'll be able to get an apartment with friends like he is hoping to do. He is certainly not happy about having to move back with his parents. We will have to see what happens, but for the moment he is with us and we are jammed in. Thank goodness he left/or sold his futon, desk and mini refrigerator, cause where the heck would they fit????
I worked last week in the local shop so my friend could take the week off. It was really dull and slow but it was a diversion and I did get to work on some stitching while the shop was customer-free. I felt bad for her to have to pay me (she was losing money) to be there when two days there were no sales, and one day I only sold candle, but thankfully I did sell a floor lamp and a few other things yesterday.
I did not work Thursday when I had my 2nd interview. I'm hoping to get positive news for the next steps tomorrow or Tuesday. I'm getting anxious but I'm feeling good.