Linking up with Kimba at caffeinatedbookreviewer.com/ for the Sunday Post, and also with Kathryn at bookdate.blogspot.co.nz/ for It's Monday, What are you reading?
Let's see ... I had that interview last week but I'm not particularly optimistic. The one before mine ran 20 minutes over time and so I spent that time in reception getting increasingly angry - lol. I masked that, of course, but my nerves definitely got the better of me.
The funny/weird thing is, the next day I got a phone call from my old job - the one I took redundancy from in September - asking if I'd be interested in coming back for three months on a fixed-term contract. Which is apparently possible, even taking the redundancy into account.
So, from tomorrow, I'm gainfully employed again. Well, for three months, anyway. It's going to be ... something. I'm a bit anxious, honestly. Parts of the job I'm stepping into I've done before, and can do with my eyes shut, but parts of it I have no idea. We'll see how we go.
I did blog last week - I took up Trish's idea, from http://www.lovelaughterinsanity.com/ and did a day in the life post, which is here: http://lifetheuniverseandcats.blogspot.co.nz/2016/03/a-day-in-life.html
Coming up ... I should review Scrap Metal, and issue #4 of Dragon Age: Magekiller. Also, I watched Spy last night, and ended up LOVING it, so if I remember I'm going to write up a review of that.
As for what I'm reading... we can take Perdido Street Station as a given, and I'm 1/3 of the way through the beast now - woohoo! It's an ebook, which means it'll make excellent lunchtime reading for the next three months.
I also finally started The Drawing of the Three, by Stephen King, and so far I'm enjoying it very much of a lot.
On Saturday, I helped Spawn build a lego time machine, and he has grand plans for us to build a plane next weekend. We'll .... see how that goes.
How's your week been?
What are you reading?