21 February 2007


Today I went on an interview at Nestlé in Croydon. I feel like it went rather well, but we’ll see next week! I hate that the hiring process takes so long over here! Next week I probably won’t hear from them until the end of the week, and then if they liked me, we’ll schedule another interview for the following week, and then it will be another entire week before I know whether or not I got the job. The whole process takes more than a month; it's so nerve-racking!

Andrew was teaching his first client training class today in Amsterdam, and I’m anxious to hear how it went. He seemed pretty excited about it...

I scheduled an appointment today to look at a flat that Andrew and I want so badly we can taste it. It’s absolutely gorgeous; it’s in a great area, and we’re just positive that something is going to happen to prevent us from getting it. We’ve only seen pictures online so far, and I’ve walked past it. Just from seeing photos, the street, and outside, though, we actually discussed putting an offer on it sight unseen. Don’t worry; we didn’t, but we thought about it! Anyway, I’m going to see the place in person at noon on Friday, and I just can’t wait!!

We have an exciting weekend planned, too. Friday night we’re going with our friends to a Mexican restaurant, a real, live Mexican restaurant with sombreros and six kinds of margaritas! I really hope that it lives up to my expectations! I need my Mexican food and margarita fix!

Saturday night we’re all going to the Bavarian Beerhouse for dinner and drinks. It’s apparently the U.K.’s only authentic German-Bavarian restaurant. (Apparently the waitresses are dressed like the Saint Paulie girl, too, which the guys should thoroughly enjoy!)

On Sunday afternoon all of us girls are having the first meeting of our Bookclub at the Chelsea Bun for brunch! I’m really excited about it; we’re reading Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy, which is number one on the list of the Ten Greatest Books of All Time. I can’t wait!

1 comment:

Lauren said...

Fingers crossed on the job and the flat! Why am I the only one leaving you comments ;-)