Saturday, December 6, 2008

Aunt Debbi Becomes a Productive Member of Society

It is about two o'clock in the morning and I am so excited I can't seem to get to sleep. I finally found a job. That's right, in our lousy economy I found a part time job that works with our schedule. Next week I go to work as a library lady. I am not exactly sure what qualified me for this job, but they want me. Maybe that minor in English literature is finally paying off. Go Figure. I wonder what they are going to do with me when they figure out I can't spell.

21 comments:

  1. Fantastic.

    Good luck with your new job.

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  2. Hi Deb - I thought you were up late when I saw you'd been over at my place early this morning! Now I understand why.

    Congratulations - it looks like your right chuffed as we'd say over here ;)

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  3. Congratulations, that is great news, and just think ..... all those gardening books you can browse! Heaven!

    Zoë

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  4. Yay you girl!! Well done!
    And Zoe is right, hope you can time to read those brooks so we can pick your brain!

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  5. Congratulations, I am so happy for you. Best of luck.

    Jan
    Always Growing

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  6. Congratulations! I wouldn't mind a job like that either. As long as you get the books put away in numerical order you'll do well. ;)

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  7. Congratulations on the new job. Perhaps the library will have a few more plants in its landscaping now too. :)

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  8. I'm so happy for you. I didn't know you were looking for a job.~~Dee

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  9. Utilize spell check whenever possible! The library. Surrounded by books. Sounds heavenly. Maybe it's still quiet like the libraries use to be once upon a time. I know: your job can be to go around and "shoosh" people who are being too loud!
    Brenda

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  10. Sounds fantastic to me; I just love books! In your "spare time" at work, you can skim through all the gardening books! I don't know how good you'll be at "shoosh-ing", you don't sound like a shoosher to me!

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  11. Congratulations and best of luck. May this be your favorite job ever! By-the-way, I can't spell either, luckily for us they made dictionaries and spell check!

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  12. Congratulations Deb! Maybe they won't find out about the spelling thing, lol. I would love to work in a library, considered being a librarian when I was in HS. :) My brother said I would end up as a lonely old cat lady, lol

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  13. Congratulations! You won't need to spell, just alphabatize (check my spelling :) the authorz on the books. Actually, it's probably all scannner driven now and soon you will be replaced by a robot! Just kidding, enjoy your new found sense of pride as a productive member of society!

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  14. Congratulations!!! I would love to work in a library--but I would hide out and read books! :)

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  15. Fantastic, Debbi!!! And what a great job! Be sure to post your recommendations from the "new books" list!

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  16. Hi All, You know I like to comment back to everyone individually, but tonight my internet is going in and out and keeps eating my comments. Thank you all for the fantastic show of support and good will. I have great blogging friends.

    Deb

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  17. That is so awesome! More plant money!

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  18. Anna, that's right more money for plants.

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