Well, it's my second official day of unemployment (and I don't think I'm going to be keeping an official count very long, because it's bound to become depressing), and so far things are kind of... uneventful. I've got one or two leads, but mostly I've been just spending A LOT of time on the computer looking at web sites and searching for job postings. All you readers (or at least the one or two of you who might be glancing at this when you don't feel like working)out there keep your eyes and ears open for Steanso, too, and it'll all come together.
If there's anyone who's definitely come out on top by Steanso losing his job, the lucky winner has got to be Cassidy. I think it's safe to say that Cassidy has been the happiest three legged dog on the block for the last two days. It feels awkward for me to be home when I'm supposed to be working, but the dog just thinks that things have finally fallen into their natural order. I am now available to cater to her every wish.
I want to go outside. I want to come back inside. I think I'd like a belly rub now. May I have a treat please. I will now sleep on the sofa, but you may sit in the chair if you like. If you are going to drive somewhere in the car, I will take a window seat, please.
We may have to renogotiate the terms of this roommate agreement.
Well, I truly have nothing new to post about. I watched a terrible "horror" movie named Funhouse (which, I would like to point out, had a picture of a scary clown on the front of the box, although there was no scary clown in the whole movie) with Crackbass and Jackbart on Saturday. The Mono E had practice on Sunday, sans Eric, our fearless leader, but we still managed to hold our own with a respectable bit of rockin'. I also went and saw Meredith "Quickdraw" Shaw on Saturday, and boy is that kid growin'. Admittedly, I don't really have a lot of valid points of comparison, but she seems like a good baby. Not a lot of cryin' or whatnot. And she likes music. And flashing, dancing lights. Like her dad.
Well, that's it for now. Back to job huntin'.