glad that’s over… insert vomit here…

July 20, 2011 Posted by the writer

It’s an odd experience speaking to someone who directly influences the rhythm of your fate.

I am destined to get back to New York City for the time, this goes without saying. As I continue to trek this voyage, certain travelers I encounter bear unique significance.

This morning I had a 45 minute conversation with a Manhattan CEO capable of paving a path for the next frame of my life. (I know, right?)

I’m glad it’s over. I feel like I’m going to vomit; like my heart is in a heated vice.

If my understanding is correct, two other people will have similar conversations. A final decision will arrive in a two week proximity.

As my treasured tribe of love, I imagine you are wondering how it went. Well, it was fine. Something I’ve learned through my ten years of experience rolling job dice is that you reach a point where it isn’t about whether or not who you’re up against can perform – it really breaks down to luck. Or fate, if you will.

The reason I’m tripping is obviously because of what’s on the table. There are two possible outcomes:

1. Score job. Bounce back to town. Manage to fund my walk as a Writer. Squeal in delight.

2. Drag my feet back to the drawing board. Throw up. Brush myself off. Probably cry. Reposition.

I’m going to go edit poetry and pretend like I don’t care either way. I don’t reckon I’ll raise this issue again until I can share some sort of relevant call.

So keep your fingers crossed for me blog family…

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gretchen's brain is preoccupied with words.

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