Happy 2020! It’s already February; where has the time gone? The past week has been a wild one, in terms of weather. Earlier last week it neared 70 degrees with six confirmed tornadoes touching down a few days ago. Now it’s back to just above freezing temperatures. I almost wonder if I’m back home in Minnesota? Seeing as I just felt all four seasons in the past week …
I received notification that I passed my phlebotomy certification. Being certified hasn’t helped much as far as getting job interviews. I had one a few weeks ago but wasn’t offered a job. I did, however, make a great “mistake” of answering a local phone call! It was the US Census calling about the application I put in April of last year. I went in for fingerprinting a few days after that, and a week ago I submitted my onboarding paperwork. Now is the waiting game for training to start.
I will be meeting my mother in Las Vegas the first week of March. We’ll be spending four nights together and we’re looking forward to it very much.
I hate when others are right. There. I said it. I’ve been told you don’t truly know anyone until you meet them in person. This can be true as I’ve recently found out. Someone I once cared about married a mutual friend. I think I’m upset mostly because I was cut out in favor of this other person. If they had talked to me I would have been accepting and understanding. Instead, I’m ghosted by those I care about and it sucks. I told “Spyder” the long story of everything and they helped me identify great qualities in myself I never saw. To the person(s) who ghosted me, if you’re reading this, I forgive you so I can move forward. I’ll be here if you want to start over.