Bringing Sexy Back
If Sexy never left then why is everyone all up on my @#^$@?
Really, I had to do it. I finally figured out this blog thing and I finally found things to say, only to find that no one has written anything since... JULY??? That's going on a year ago now. What the h. U56J is so not taking on the world at this rate. We are more sort of just sitting on a not-so-comfortable street bench next to a smelly homeless person watching the world walk by and hoping it will disturb the pigeons so they stop asking us for bread crumbs, cuz it's all we have left after the hobo stole our smirnoff. (Smirnofficer? aka Slacker???)
So here, I'll blog about my most recent adventures.
Today, a guy from the Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights in Denver called me to set up an inverview! YAY!! It will be Thursday, in the afternoon. First, as every Thursday now, I will be taking the 4/5 all the way up to the 59th street stop so I can work in the kitchen at the St. Peter's Lutheran Church on 54th & Lexington. I work with 3 other people in the kitchen: Doreen, Saul, and Tony. Doreen is an older, meticulous woman who sports a British accent and runs the kitchen with gritty charm. She's a no-nonsense kind of kitchen manager, but she lets Tony be Tony without any complaint. Tony is an older man, Puerto Rican I believe, with a young daughter just entering high school. He drives a community bus for the elderly, and loves to sing in the kitchen. His wife is a legal aide, and he is well versed in the political issues of the day and loves to talk about everything. Saul is an aging, married man in his late 70s. He volunteers to pass the time, and takes his job very seriously. He'd rather stack the dishes himself, because he could show you, but since he does it so well already it would just be a waste of resources because you'll probably be gone in a month anyway. He is here to stay. He has had several heart surguries, but he still flirts with the ladies and they love it. Tony and Saul often argue about who looks worse in the picture Doreen took of them a few weeks ago.
I believe we are having Hungarian Goulash and Kelp again this week. Afterwards, I will rush home for this phone conference business. I've never had a phone interview before (and really, not too many interviews, period, before). Hopefully it goes well.