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Eclectic Spatula (eclecticspatula) wrote in lostinisrael,
@ 2004-02-05 10:29:00
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    Current mood: tired
    Current music:computer hum

    Traineeships, Buses, Dogs and Modern Primitive
    Traineeships
    Talked to my manager and found out that the traineeship would last for a year, 40 hours a week. I'd be entitled to holiday leave at the end of the 12 months and be gauranteed a full time job. My goal isn't to work at BI-LO for the rest of my life though I was told I would then have the opportunity to do a retail management traineeship and/or change coles myer stores. Example Liquor Land, Officeworks, Grace Bro! I'd have to change tafes to one run by coles myer certified teachers so that the course would relate more to Coles Myer stores.

    Left and found myself sitting in mum's car again (mum parked at the station and caught a train to work) phoning mum and getting a phone call from my manager. He said that Coles Myer are currently looking over the courses to improve them and it may be 1-5 months before they started. So now I'm going to keep going through with the course at Tighes Hill Tafe, which doesn't really bother me because Tony and I are both doing our full days on Thursday :). I'm also doing Monday mornings. If I get contacted by BI-LO later on in the year regarding the traineeship I'll have to start the certificate from the beginning, so it's going to be a tough decision. Looks like yet another road I got excited about and didn't end up going down. HAHA.

    Buses
    Since Modern Primitive was still on the menu I started planning my trip, keeping in my I had a tennis raquet and bag full of clothes that I couldn't keep behind the counter at M.P. So I ended up running the the other side of the station needlessly because the train was 10 min late. If it had been 6min later I would have missed the connecting 363 which I caught to the bottom of Cherry road. I then half walked have ran to Tony's house in the rain, making it there in just under 15 minutes, leaving me another 15 to eat, fix my rain fizzed hair and remove the tacky chipped nail polish off. I then ran through to Glad Gunson to catch a bus to Charlestown which would get me there 15min before my Trial at M.P.......

    Dogs
    .........Only to find Charlie (Tony's dog) had followed me all the way and would not go home. When I got on the bus he walked in front of it and sat and watched as I payed for my ticket. Shooed him off the road and phoned Lisa as the bus drove off.

    Modern Primitive
    Pretty easy, time flew.. Told I'd get a phone call today and be asked how I thought I went. Not sure if I get a call that lets me know If I got the job or not. Actualy not as confident as I was before because I found out that Ashlee Farrel also applied and had a trial yesterday too. We'll just have to wait and see.

    Played tennis last night, it was great.. Though it really shows that I haven't played for a while, rather shocking actualy. Anyway, must be off.. Baking a chocolate cake and what not. I am addicted to buying short skirts!! I bought a black one last week for $10 and a brown one yesterday for $10. MUST STOP.

    Hope you're having a blast!
    xoxoxoxo
    Fi



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