|It started out as Spring Cleaning and turned into Twisted Logic|
You know how it does't rain if you carry an umbrella? That's what I'm hoping for here. Can you force these things, or is it just chance? ;)
Explanation: I had a higher ed .admin. job for years that I loved when we lived in another state. I totally took it for granted and thought it would be easy to find something comparable when we moved. Not so. Welcome to rural Michigan. I did find work when I got here, in a school (not a college), and I liked it, but the pay was so bad. I had a little one and decided to stay home with him (what a wonderful gift). But, he's in school now, so...
Back to the drawing board. What I get though, when I apply for higher ed. admin work close to home, (outside of one interview session that got me to the final round with a nuh-uh) is a form letter that says, 'We're sorry, we received hundreds of applications for this position, blah blah blah," and I don't even get to an interview.
So...that left me with two closets full of expensive, designer clothing going to waste. The stack you see here was just the beginning, I literally filled up every inch of my SUV with dress clothes. I drove them to a parking lot with two big metal donation boxes, and in they went.
Now I have only a few outfits for dress, literally.
I'm not prepared for work. Maybe now I'll get it.
Here's to hoping my twisted logic pays off. :)