Tuesday, June 12, 2007

My Car

I should have my car on Sunday. This way I won't have to take the bus for very much longer. I will be able to drive myself to and from work. Without a bus pass, taking the bus is getting expensive.

If I save up some money, by the fall the plans are to get a new car. But that's not for months. Right now I am going to work on saving up money.

A Second Job

For the last how long, I have been telling people over Facebook, the phone, and various other ways about this job with the Canadian federal government at the Regional Psychiatric Centre. I went for the interview and it went well. At least I think it did. I hope I get it because I want to get on more permanently. This job is casual and is only 90 days.

The job is four hours a day and there is set start time. The requirement is that I get the four hours in. I can just get the four hours done before I have to go work at GC Teleservices for the evening shift. No weekends at the Regional Psychiatric Centre. Due to not working Fridays at GC Services, I will have all day to get my four hours done. There will be minimal contact with the people staying there. So I hope there is no trouble with them.

I hope that I get on more permanently after the 90 days are up. Get on part-time, then get on full-time.

I need to tell my dad to get my car fixed in case I do get this second job. I will know later this week wether or not I get it.

Until next time... Mucho gusto!
Mr. C.C.

"A lot of fellows nowadays have a B.A., M.D., or Ph.D. Unfortunately, they don't have a J.O.B."
-"Fats" Domino

Monday, June 04, 2007

Being Challenged

On Facebook, someone who I went to school in elementary and high school added me. I haven't seen him since 2001. So I told him what I have been up to recently and I told him that I attended Covenant Bible College in Strathmore, Alberta. He didn't think I would believe in Christianity. So we have been posting on each others wall and he has been challenging me. It's a good thing because I want to fall into a rut in my faith. The one thing he thinks is the government is controlling us through religion. I think that is bogus, though I will research it more indepth.

It's good that I am getting challenged. I still have so much more to learn within my faith. But these responses are good to get the gears in my head turning. I thank him for that. I hope we can continue our dialogue over email, MSN or wherever. It's been good so far. I don't want it to end just yet.