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Mid-Week Update

Kaitlin's computer did NOT bite the dust. Her brothers - who plan on being computer engineers - figured out the memory had gone bad. So, after buying some new memory, she's back up and running YEAH!

Kaitlin had an interview at Dillons on Tuesday afternoon. She ended up turning down the job. It wasn't for a cashier, but for the salad bar. She thought that would be okay until the manager told her that she couldn't guarantee her any time off at the holidays. She went ahead and accepted the position, but called me to discuss it. We decided that it would be really hard on her to stay in Manhattan for the holidays - especially since she is a freshman and is adjusting to life away from home. I didn't want her to miss coming home, and she wasn't too happy about it either. So she respectfully declined the job. She is in a position to NOT have to work - she's gotten enough money from scholarships, grants and loans to be "unemployed" her freshman year. She still wants to work, so continues to look for a job.

Kaleb had an interview at the IT desk at K-State today. He will find out on Friday if he gets the position. He cracks me up! I called him last night to make sure he had "studied" everything and was prepared for the interview. He said "MOM - I know it all". Yes, he is our child that "knows it all!" - or - thinks he does.

I'm tired of rain. I'm ready for some sunshine and mid 70's temps. Doubt I'll get it, but one can wish!

I'm ready to win tonight's $245 million Powerball lottery. It's almost time to check out the winning numbers. Wish me luck!


Lenore said…
I worked maybe 10 hrs a week my freshman year on campus - mainly to pay my phone bill!!

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