Another Monday night arrives and it finds me in Denver, Colorado once more. Thankfully, a weekend home divided this week from the last. Last week was uneventful, apart from the many hours of work involved. Friday evening, I flew home to enjoy a brief, but enjoyable weekend home. During the weekend, I found shoes to match my dress for Crutcher and Theresa’s upcoming wedding this coming weekend. They’re cool. They’re silvery and shiny and they’re cute little slipper like shoes. I’m really looking forward to wearing them. Sunday came all too quickly, and with it, my flight back to Denver. The flight was just like the one I had taken the previous Sunday. Not a huge surprise. My only gratification is that I’m accumulating frequent flyer mileage at a fast clip.
In the meantime, I’ll spend the rest of my evening curled up in front of my fireplace in my hotel room (it’s freakin’ cold in Denver!) and surf the web.
I’m writing this from my little table tucked away in a corner of my hotel room in Denver, Colorado. After a whirlwind of events late last week, I found myself spending Sunday evening on an airplane and now my night in a hotel. Actually, several nights. Six to be specific. Saturday, I get to fly back to Phoenix for a couple days and then turn around and repeat this trip all over again, but at least I’ll get to see Sean for a couple days. In the meantime, it’s 11:30pm and I’ve got a 12-hour workday ahead of me tomorrow. I need to remember to swing by the grocery store tomorrow and pick up a couple energy drinks. It’ll be a long day.
Oh, and for the record, Denver’s nice today. We’ll see if it stays that way for the rest of the week.
I know it has been while since my last posting. And there is a good reason for that, most of you folks out there know that my job at Vivid Racing didn’t work out. Stupidity of management and cash flow issues made me move back to work at Pearson & Co, the plant job I had.
I told myself that after Dragon*Con that I would defvote myself to finding another new job. I gave myself a deadline of the end of october to find said job.
Well as of this past friday I have accomplished my goal. I just accepted a job with GoDaddy.com working as a techsupport/sales person. It give me better pay, and the opportunity through commission to double my salary I had doing the plant thing. It also looks like it is going to be a pretty cool company to work for, young crowd working there, so Kat and I should be able to find a few more geeks out here.
Monday starts my training, so wish me luck…