I just quickly want to say that I didn't get that job I interviewed for. Although I wasn't sure I wanted the job going in, by the end of the interview I could totally see myself working there and wanted to spend my days with these people. I know that it would have been tough to go back to work fulltime, but there was a lot that was appealing about it too.
The odd thing was, once I knew that there was someone they liked better (better than me!!), it felt like a contest and I didn't want to lose. It doesn't feel good to lose.
Oh well. Life goes on, and I've got a part-time temporary job for the next six weeks. It's about 4 hours every day, typing notes for a deaf student. I'm learning a lot about painting vehicles, which is not a class I would have ever chosen to take. What I'm really learning is that painting vehicles is almost the same as painting rooms. Primer, seal, top coat, reducers/thinners, drying times, etc. I do wish it was a math class or something.
And just because I don't like pictureless posts, I leave you with these pictures of the Ice on Whyte festival that we went to on the weekend.