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Ummm.... nope. Can't think of a subject.

Well, I started my new job last Monday, and I'm still enjoying it - which in my experience is always a good sign... smiley - smiley The people there are very friendly and welcoming, the work is great, and my attention span has increased from 4 seconds to several hours since starting working there...

So. I think the next year will be a lot of fun... smiley - smiley

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Latest reply: Aug 27, 2000

I got the job! :o)

In case the subject of this journal entry, didn't give it away:

I GOT THE JOB!!!!!!!!!!!!! I GOT THE JOB!!! I GOT TH...

okay maybe i need to calm down.

(small note of explanation: it's my dream job, in web design, and today i was offered the job. i... errr... accepted)

smiley - smileysmiley - smileysmiley - smileysmiley - smileysmiley - smileysmiley - smileysmiley - smiley

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Latest reply: Aug 11, 2000


I haven't been to church for a couple of months, so I decided that something needed to be done about it. In this case, the best thing to do about it appeared to be actually *going* to church...

Which I did. I went (with Matt) to Netley Christian Fellowship, a fairly small church just outside of Southampton. It was lovely, all the people were very friendly, and I was reminded of just what church should be like. smiley - smiley

On a slightly less spiritual note, I have a job interview tomorrow...

*is very nervous about this*

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Latest reply: Jul 24, 2000

Shakespeare! Yay!

Yesterday I went to London to see two of Shakespeare's plays, Richard II and Coriolanus. They were both done by the Almeida Theatre, although both were actually performed at the Gainsborough Studios (the same studios that Hitchcock used all those years ago to make such memorable films as The 39 Steps).

Being as completely obsessed with Shakespeare as I am, I of course found the whole thing to be a wonderful experience... smiley - smiley Ralph Fiennes took both of the lead roles, and he seemed to me to fit the parts perfectly, especially the rather weak King Richard II. The supporting cast were especially good also, in particular David Burke who played John of Gaunt in Richard II, and Cominius in Coriolanus.

It all reminded me of just how much I love Shakespeare's plays... smiley - smiley

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Latest reply: Jul 16, 2000


Since I haven't done a journal entry for a loooooong time, I decided to... er... write a journal entry.

Not much has happened in the last couple of months, really. Which is not a good thing, since a lot of studying was *supposed* to be happening.

I'm thinking about temporarily quitting uni, and taking a year or three or four out. I feel very restless, like I want to explore, see the world, something like that.

Anyway... enough of that.

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Latest reply: May 15, 2000

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