Monday, May 19, 2008

I said... thanks, but NO thanks



The phone, the phone IS ringing...

What, what is your decision about THE JOB?

I said...... thanks, but NO thanks.

AAARRRRGHHHHHHHH!!!! ...the sound of screams reverberating off of the San Gabriel mountains.

It is 9:15am Monday morning.

I believe my recruiter has begun JackO'Clock early.

The whys of my decision to be continued...


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19 comments:

  1. I'm late to this party but I went back and read the details - I can't wait to hear what lead you to your decision...

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  2. Good for you! How's E feeling about all this?

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  3. You seem so happy with your decision.

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  4. I'm glad you made a decision- sounds like you are happy with it to, which is the best thing!

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  5. Send your recruiter a bottle. :-)

    Sounds like you made a decision that feels right for you.

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  6. Good for you--you seem at peace with your choice :)

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  7. Gut choice? If so I think it must be the right choice!

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  8. This just educated me to read ALL the recent posts before I just start commenting. But congratulations on taking my advice before I gave it.

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  9. And, oh, yeah, I am SO stealing that cartoon.

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  10. Okay just so I understand...jack o'clock early is 9:15? Man you are west coast!


    Looking forward to the details.

    KEEP BELIEVING

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  11. I agree...
    The recruiter deserves a bottle!
    You deserve a party too!
    Funemployment, Whoo Hoo!!!!!
    Blessings, EJT

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  12. "2 roads diverged into a wood..."

    No matter which path is taken, there is bound to be some regret.

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  13. Good for you dear. It's tough to say no, but I think you'll be glad you did.

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  14. Good decision! I think the right thing will come along at the right time.

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  15. I feel your struggle. But way to go girl! You won't regret your decision!

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  16. Whew! When I read that your would-be boss is "a perfectionist" AND "very set in her ways" AND "blunt" ..... then the former assistant with the "bad attitude" ? my thought was, run away, run very far away.

    Point #2: I've got 3 kids and a P/T job I find very rewarding, my hand-picked career. Yet, I cannot imagine working F/T. I don't have enough time/energy as it is. I'm not a very organized, efficient person, maybe that's why. Hats off to all those F/T working moms who successfully juggle it all. I don't see myself being happy doing that (or my family). Purely the logistics.

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  17. Good for you! When the time is right there will be a job out there for you.

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