Gamiila (gamiila) wrote,
Gamiila
gamiila

  • Mood:

I might as well put an L on my forehead

For the past week or so, I've been taking pictures with my new camera that I bought just three months ago. With Where I Live Day 2010 coming up next weekend, I thought I'd download what I had so far managed to shoot to my harddisk...and found that I'd misplaced the teeny tiny USB-cable that came with it. I can't find it anywhere! Now I'm wondering who best to petition, St. Anthony of Padua, or St. Jude. Calling on the former would betray a level of optimism I don't possess, whilst calling on the latter would mean I've given up entirely, and I'm not sure that I have yet.

I spent the day yesterday soaking up the sun in my oldest friend's beautifully laid out garden, to which I wasn't the only visitor: there were frogs and dragonflies and turtledoves, too. It would have been the perfect afternoon but for the fact that being out of work has made me feel uncomfortable and unworthy, and ever so slightly envious of my old school chum who's been in civil service since the day she left uni and married a rich man to boot, and so can't empathise with my situation at all. I know it's stupid and counter-productive to feel this way, but I can't help it.

I saw a job advertised for guide to a local museum to which specific knowledge of art and antiquities was required, and got really excited; but it's irregular work and pays peanuts, so however much it pains me, I'm going to have to pass up on it and keep looking for something far less appealing in the way of content, but offering much better scope of enabling me to meet my mortgage payments. ::sigh:: If only jobs like this had been available when I was reading art history! I'm sure I would have stood a much better chance of making it in my chosen profession if that had been the case.
Tags: brave new world, real life, technology, unemployment
Subscribe
  • Post a new comment

    Error

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.
  • 15 comments