Tuesday, 8 November 2011


Oh joy, I am pounding the pavement looking for employment yet again. I was let go from my job Nov. 4 due to "too many mistakes." I'm sorry but that is pretty lame, I have 18 years receptionist experience under my belt and I can honestly say this last job I had, my boss was pretty difficult. I mean, I'm the 2nd secretary to be dismissed within a year, that should tell you something about him.

As usual, I am still in good spirits and hope to be working before my EI kicks in because #1 it takes too long and #2 I would rather be working.

My life in the past 6 years has had a lot of ups and downs, but yet I still seem to get through it. I always seem to have hope even when things are in a rut. I hope to maintain this level of positivity during this next eventful chapter in my life. I do have a supportive hubby and some supportive friends out there, which I think helps a lot.

But at 38 years old, this is not the type of life I was looking for, and only I can change its course. But at some point, I don't think it's too much to ask for a little good luck to come my way.  

So now it's time to dig the heels in and find something soon. I hope I can, I am not very good at interviews and I'm not much of a sales person :)

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

My Habs

Watching the Montreal Canadiens game, at the moment. And so far so good. I hope to see them pull out of this slump they are in.

Update: They win 5-1 one over the Flyers! Yes. I am one happy camper :) Price got his 100th win tonight.  

I still say their coaching staff needs to be changed. I would love to see Kirk Muller there but he is coaching elsewhere. Firing the assistant is not going to help, he was a scapegoat in my eyes.

Well hopefully this week will be better for them. They face Boston Ruins twice and I'm sure the classy fans in Boston will boo MaxPac when he skates onto the ice. I hope it fuels his fire! :)

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

First post

This is the first post of my public blog and unfortunately it comes with the sad news that Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple has passed away at 56. I have to admit I was never one to follow the Apple and Mac because I was determined to be a Microsoft drone. 
But over the past decade or so Apple has really been paving the way with technology and has grabbed the world's attention. Steve was a visionary and will always be remembered as such. 
I purchased my iPhone roughly a month ago, I love it and it barely leaves my hand.

Thank you Steve and may your legend live on.