Work is busy and annoying - I'm being asked to write documents on processes I just don't understand - but the Maxis front is looking up. I have an interview there, next week. After talking to Maxis' recruiter, the job definately sounds like same-old admin grind, but as long as I get decent money and the people are okay, I can cope with that. I think they're balking at my salary demands but to heck with 'em. They want someone with three years' experience to support executive positions. Given that most admins just use their job as a stepping stone to get somewhere else, those with three years' experience are very rare, I've noticed. Ergo, I want more money. Yes, I'm a greedy little black duck.
For a laugh, I put in a resume for a line producer position over at Oxygen. It's a job that's two parts administrative and one part writing and (here's a nifty twist) entirely remote - I would be required to work from home. However, I don't think I have a snowball's chance in hell of getting in, but there's never any harm in applying, non? Oxygen is an interesting venture - a broadcast/online content provider by and for women - and that was part of the attraction.
*Giggle* Who says managers are stodgy all the time? Curtis - who is a perennial favorite of mine - made a business card for Mr. Prickles. My favorite fabric enforcer is now the departmental Sgt.-at-Arms. Mr. Prickles is currently sitting on the card - on top of my monitor - wearing an MM cap and telling me most firmly that if I'm leaving the company, he's staying right here...