Job: Can I do it?

Well, I finally did it, I got a job! A wonderful job I have been looking for a long time. I will be an interviewer for the University of Michigan. At least if the background check and references go alright. I don't anticipate any problems there. The work is in people's homes doing interviews and on the telephone. A lot is paperwork and phone work from home. I am really looking forward to the work. What I am dreading is the training, 10 days in MI in Feb. Intense day long training sessions. I am doing okay with my Crohn's and Colitis and I hope it stays that way. At least we get private rooms so I can fart and belch in private. My fear is it will crop up during the day when we are working. Geez, I hope not. And the traveling. I hate to fly. I hope I can change my ticket home to a train ticket. I will fly up but would prefer to take a train home. Or at least as close to home as I can get then rent a car to bring me on in. I love trains. Oh well, guess this is enough venting for now. The world is looking a little better.

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ZenEm
ZenEm

Hey! This sounds great! I hope it all pans out well. The training sounds intense, but the good thing is that it\'s reasonably short, and a finite amount of time. I know what you mean about flying - I hate flying too, but I make myself do it. I actually really love train trips - you feel like you\'re part of the countryside, really travelling \'through\' the country. You see so many interesting things from the train, and it\'s much less stressful I find than being on a plane.
Congratulations - let us know how it goes! And yes, you *can* do it :D
xo
deleted_user
deleted_user

Yipppppeeeeeeeeeeeeee! Well done, that\'s so cool - you\'re becoming one of my heros!