Al wrote me last night that he had arrisen from a semi-coma too late to set up any sort of interview, which was not entirely unexpected. I called Rhonda at the shop this morning to say I was definitely accepting the job there. I feel like Al mislead me into thinking he could do a fast turnaround on the decision two weeks ago and I don't know, I just want to be working. Bill agrees that it will be much better for me psychologically not to be in the house all day.
The potential salary at Soartech would be huge compared to working at the shop. That's the concerning point. We have the house to pay for and stuff. I hate having to care about money. If we could get a boarder at the house, that would help.
But there are perks to the Caravan shop job. It's downtown, there are no transportation costs, I don't have to replace my car. I don't have to spend any time driving to work, I can bus and read. I'll be on my feet and moving instead of sitting all the time. I'll be working with smart, creative women.
I think it will be good, for a while. It will give me structure I've been lacking.
I;m not sure I'll be able to go to the worldcon, but I think I can do my other volunteer responsibilities all right.
But I appreciate Sean's interest. That's nice of him.
Mmm... Boarder? One of my roomies (Athlondreams, here at LJ) is wanting to move to Ann Arbor. How much would you be thinking of charging?