Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Full throttle

I have an interview with an English Academy in Berkeley whose job posting I answered just over a week ago. I called the person in charge of hiring in a follow-up call and he said that the position had already been filled. DARN! But he did say that they may need substitute teachers and I could come in and talk to him on Thursday afternoon. At least there is still a glimmer of hope.

I'm OK with that -- I would like to begin my application process to be a substitute teacher here in the Alameda school district, and that, coupled with subbing for the English Academy should supplement our income and I wouldn't be away from Aidan for too long.

In the meantime, I've decided to go balls-to-the-wall full throttle in helping Golf with our eBay business. We now mean business and we're going to make something of ourselves. We're determined!!!!!

4 comments:

amygeekgrl said...

Best of luck w/ the interview. Sounds promising. :)
Can you share what your ebay biz is?

Amy said...

Sure, right now it's mostly toys and some South East Asian language books. Here's our eBay store link:
http://stores.ebay.com/Discovery-Day
We've named our business Discovery Day, so it's sort of generic enough to encompass more than one type of product because I'd also like to sell handmade Thai bath products too. When I lived there, they had so many WONDERFUL things for the bath, beautifully packaged too.

amygeekgrl said...

cool, thx. does he go scouting around to find the items?
ooh, i bet the bath products are awesome. :)

Anonymous said...

Cool stuff! I LOVE vintage games! I will keep an eye out for my faves!

Cheryl~