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Amazing Day!

Sunday, February 10, 2013

had a really good day! We went to do laundry and the local laundry mat and I struck up a conversation with this woman. We talked about bullying and I told her my story of being bullied and she told me about her daughter being bullied. We started talking about school and told her I'm in school for office management and she said she has 2 businesses she owns and she offered me a part time (3 hours per week) to do office work for her!!!! So I have to call her tomorrow at 11am. I am so excited! I hope I get this job. She's a landscape designer and does drainage as well which is something we are looking for... this could be a great opportunity to get work and to find a local landscaper.

After we did laundry we went to the Berkeley Marina and had a healthy picnic (subway sandwich, water, apple, trail mix). After we had lunch we walked the entire length of the pier which was a 30 minute walk. It was really nice! As we were walking a guy and a woman were walking and talking behind us. The guy was a total asshole! He was talking about curvy women and how fat girls use the term to avoid saying they're fat. He went on to say he wouldn't date a girl taller than 5'7" and she had to be skinny and petite WOW. Talk about shallow! He annoyed me so much I almost whipped around to tell him I'm fat and curvy but I held my tongue.
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    It does sound like a great day! Your lunch sounds delicious and you may have found a job without really looking! Landscape is so interesting too! My hubby works on a golf course and landscaping is one of our passions!

    I'm glad you were able to hold your tongue around that jerk! I don't know if I would have been able to show the same constraint....

    2734 days ago
    Sounds like a good day (except for the a**hole)
    2734 days ago
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