December 21, 2010

An Interview and Another Button

Good Morning! It's been a whirlwind around here with all the Christmas stuff going on. The boys are out of school and the house is a mess! I have an interview for a job this afternoon. It will be for the two days a week Luke is in preschool and I'll be assuming the RN duties for a small independent living facility in town if I decide I want the job. It seems to be something that will fit into my schedule perfectly and I'm being offered a great salary. I still plan on doing my transcription from home. Wish me luck!

I also wanted to share a different button for the Addicted to Farm and Country Blogs page. I have been emailed several times about one that doesn't blink or one that fits the 125 x 125 size that matches most of the buttons used on blogs so here you go! If you would rather have this one, just copy and paste the code onto your blog.




A few of you have asked to be added to the page and I will get this done today! Hope you are all having a wonderful holiday season!

6 comments:

texwisgirl said...

Good luck on the interview! I hope it will work well!

Cindy said...

Good Luck!!!!! You know that is going to take away from your creativity time ;) LOL!

KentuckyFarmGirl said...

LOL, I know Cindy but it will also help to fund my addictions!!

Sunny said...

Like your comment to Cindy; thats usually the reason I would take a job outside the home, lol! Wishing you the best!

Beverly@Beverly's Back Porch said...

Good luck with the job interview! I'm also thinking of working a few days a week this coming year just to keep the brain in good working order.

Merry Christmas to you and your beautiful family.

LindaG said...

I hope the interview went well!

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