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    MARCIEMCGOWAN   63,575
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Thursday, July 18, 2013

I worked 6 1/2 hours yesterday. I worked so hard that when I got home yesterday I slept on the couch for hours. I was cleaning walls and ceilings for smoke damage from a fire.
I went in to work today and only worked for 2 hours, but on the plus side I will be paid for 4 hours. The temp agency guaranties 4 hours pay. At least that make the drive worth it.
My apartment that I am leaving has been rented. I thought that the apartment manager was going to show the place to the prospective tenants today at 1:00. They did not come, so I called and found out that they are taking the place without seeing it. Now I need boxes. Anyone in the Omaha Nebraska area with boxes please let me know if you have any to spare.

Next, I have an interview for a job at the Rose Blumkin Jewish Home. The job is full time 3 days a week with 13 hour shifts. The title is Dietary Aide. Please send my your prayers that I do well in this interview. This could be a great job for me and my son. Three days a week would be great. I could even do a part time job on the side or volunteer someplace.

Today I exercised in the gym and used the recumbent bike for 35 minutes.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BLITZEN40 7/19/2013 1:48AM

    Good luck on your interview. I know you'll do great!

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GRAYLADY13 7/18/2013 11:16PM

    Marvelous Marcie! You have get up and go and that is rare now days. I am asking angels to help you get the job. And blessing for your new place to live. Working out on the bike too, bravo! emoticon

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DWSCHUYLER 7/18/2013 7:52PM

    Keeping my fingers crossed!

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SUGAR0814 7/18/2013 4:32PM

    Praying you get the job!

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JAMBABY0 7/18/2013 4:17PM

    I love the gym

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