The Westwood Hotel
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... the interviewer 'Mum'? or make a series of offensive jokes? You were drunk, weren't you?"
No, dude, they were good, I got asked back for second and third interviews.
I genuinely thought that each and every one of them was in the bag. And I dared to get excited.
Most disturbingly, while the reasons were different each time, the overall gist of the feedback was the same:
"I just LOVED meeting you. You're SUCH a lovely person... ...
... that night. Then Caitlyn called to say that she and Marta were already at G&D’s, so I turned around and went back out to meet them. However, I was only there for about five minutes when my dizziness got worse, and I apologized to them both that I had to go lay down. I went back to my room and rested for a little while, called home to check in, and then lay there wishing I could feel better and wondering what I would do if I didn’t feel better in ...
... and helped me for a bit as well, and Joe and I had a chat about his next job, which starts on Sunday and is also at Pembroke. By that time the marquee was set up on the quad and they were working on Ball decorations. The Ball theme is "Beyond Wonderland," and the ADs have some great stuff planned.
Shift has been fairly quiet since I came in, which is a bit eerie because it was so crazy earlier. I'm on with Ruth and Adam, ...
... to get to the Hall in plenty of time for breakfast before my shift at 8AM. Larry met me there and wanted to pick my brain about how best to go about revising our office shifts at Pembroke now that Emma has moved to Corpus, and making that a smooth transition.
I got into the office around 8:15, and actually it wasn't too bad for a Monday morning. We only had two kids late to class, and a few sick ones, but they came and talked to us ...
... and didn't like it at all. I ended up eating a good bit of it and ruining my chances for getting dessert. The proprietor thought we were Canadian because of our accent. First, I love how people say we have accents here. Second, who are you callin' Canadian, eh? He's been to Albany for some reason so we explained where we lived in relation to that. Back at the "hotel" we learned that there are six Thai guests that are here to take dance lessons from a famous dance couple who has ...