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|Subject: Re: OT: staying motivated with decision||Date: 6/17/2002 4:04 PM|
|Author: ishtarastarte||Number: 130855 of 310986|
Yes, Ishtar, you CAN do this.
What you need to do FIRST, though, is make sure that this is what you REALLY want to do.
Email me any time.
:) following her dreams
Cass, I love you!!! (In case I haven't mentioned it, Cass is one of the coolest people I've EVER met!)
Yeah, I think I really do want to know this. I didn't tell anyone that I was turning down the Oregon job, I just did it.
Then I called Niam (Monica? My friend, you met her at Cheesecake Factory) and told her I did it. (She wants me to do this, but tries to play devil's advocate) so she very calmly asked, "and how do you feel about that?"
Really. I haven't felt this good in a long time. I mean, I did feel good about getting this job right when I needed it and moving up here at the same time my friend moved (to go to UC Davis) but after I was here, it was the same ole, same ole, you know?
So, I stop having to show up for work after Thursday. Then I can get to the school to talk to a couselor AND to the Vet Center to talk to a rep about what to do next.
Yes, I'm scared. But, WORST case scenario is that I end up having to find a full time job, doing what I do now. And that puts me where? Where I am now.
Where I am NOW is WORST CASE.
PS Cass, I have some TIME during the month of July, if you want to try to get together sometime? Maybe a weekend when you aren't too busy? I could head your way, or you could come mine. (post and email)
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