Saturday, April 10, 2010

It's April. I have much to say, and don't say it because I still feel the need to catch you up on what has happened in the last year and a half. So here's the shortest version I can manage. Feel free to nudge me with questions, I'll answer them, but I'm making this post vague in the interests of time, not out of a perpetual desire to be mysterious. Please also note that I can't tell even my own story without interrupting myself, and so those are the bracketed bits. I'm sorry to all you punctuation police, I hope it doesn't drive you too insane.

The week [maybe even the day] after my job as an ABA therapist ended I began working in a small coffee shop/night music venue in Easton. Got a boyfriend, went home for Christmas [loved seeing grandma], boyfriend and I broke up [don't worry, I was surprisingly fine with it], tired of working in coffee [whatever, I really just realized I'm turning 26 this year and can't keep putting off growing up], quit job while applying to work as a marketing director for a 308 seat music venue in Annapolis, managed to sufficiently impress in the interview [because I wore my Audrey Hepburn-esque black trench coat that day, and because I knew the right people], got the job, and have been working like a mad woman. Oh, and I got a new computer [not just any... I finally got myself the mac I've been dreaming about for half a decade, or at least the current version of my old dream], and since the computer responds to the commands I give it without taking so long I begin to tear my hair out, I have managed to write another blog.

The End.

8 comments:

Axon L. Parker said...

Whew! Been wondering about that job! You rock!

deanna said...

Good for you with everything. I just got a Mac, too (today) and am enjoying not tearing out hair anymore, as well. :o)

Marianne Elixir said...

She lives! She breathes! She types while keeping her lovely tresses!

I have missed you.

Sarah said...

The Mac will rock your world :)

Dad said...

Good to have you back blogging... So do I have to get a Mac too if I'm going to be a part of the family?

Susan-M- said...

Thanks for the update. The music venue job sounds sweet!

sufferingsummer said...

I'm living vicariously through you, your sporty car, and your shiny new mac (I do have one I love but it is slowly limping to its death)
l00king forward to more VAL!

mr.and.mrs.beck said...

It made my heart smile that you ended with "The End". Many a sentence in college ended with such and it is an undeniably Val thing to say. Miss you, Friend.