Earlier today I was reading the latest post on Mama Likey's blog and it got me thinking about about a position I was hiring for back in January.
As I said on Mama Likey's blog, this year I found an almost and a not quite, but still no Spot On.
Just wanted to put that application out there again for public review.
God, patience is a virtue.
Well, you and I both my friend. You and I both. You look cha cha in that pic by the way...
Nat. Seriously,,, all this patience must mean there's something fabulous at the end of the rainbow.
And thanks for the props on the pic. Cha cha. I like it!
Patience is something you admire in the driver behind you but not in the one ahead.
Keep looking, he's out there.
I ended up here from Mama Likey's blog, just so you know since you have no idea who I am. I saw the post you left on her page and her response about a UK fan.
It's a shame I came in the 5'8" with a kind heart catagory and 1 year, an interest in fashion (obviously, though I don't always look like this picture), and catholicisim short of meeting the requirements for the position. If I had met the requirements though, I would have applied.
Do you get as tired about hearing about the pay off of patience as I do? I am still optimistic, I think that the wait is worth getting it right, I have not seen a happy ending to most of the people who rushed into things I have known.
Keep a stiff upper lip, it'll all turn out for the best. There you have Jeregano's 2 unasked for cents.
T- yes, patience kind of sucks when you want something so bad. But considering the alternatives, I guess I've got all the time in the world.
J- Welcome to the blog. I'm always looking for new people to read about... Scientist, eh? So you're a Kentucky fan? We need to stick together in Cincinnati. Some of 'em don't like us on this side of the river...
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