Monday, October 12, 2009

So much news!

I have not fallen off the face of the earth, despite all evidence to the contrary. I can't believe it's been more four weeks since I last posted. Yikes. All I can say is that it's been a hell of a month, with so many highs as lows that, were I to map them all out, I think the end result would look a lot like this graph of annual water discharge from the Edwards Aquifer. (Sometimes when I get bored, I like to poke around the LCRA's website, OK?) A lot's happened, but here's the high point:

I HAVE A JOB. A real one. I'll be the after school programs assistant at the Theatre Action Project, an arts education nonprofit in my hometown, Austin. Texas. It's exactly the kind of position I've been trying find for the past 14 months, and I could not be more excited. I start the first week of November, which will give me a couple of weeks to settle back in to living in Texas.

And now I have to run off and pack an overnight bag so I can accompany my mom on a two-day trip to our bison ranch (being back home has some serious perks), but I promise to update soon. I'm not 100% sure what I'll be doing with the blog now that I'm employed, although I certainly hope to keep writing it.


  1. Congratulations! They are lucky to have you! Isa will be sending you her resume in 2011. xoxoox

  2. LOVE the LCRA reference! Can't wait to see you!

  3. Congrats! I guess you'll just have to add a 'd' between those two 'e's. :)

  4. Congratulations, lovely! That looks like such a great project. My mom is right - expect an envelope from me as an unemployed recent graduate with a useless degree in theatre in a year and a half....