It really did feel like I went over the river and through the woods to Pennsylvania and back. I stayed with my friend Richelle, who was a year above me in school. I went to PA for 48 hours for an in-person interview at Signs by Tomorrow. The place I was interviewed for awhile ago. I think I needed a trip like that. To be by myself and not have to deal with people is nice. I forgot what that was like and why I liked being away from home for college so much. It gave me a sense of independence that’s difficult for me to find at home.
I really liked Flourtown. Its’ got that historic feel to it, but its a suburban town very much like the town I grew up in. So I really hope things work out with SBT. I really need to leave this place, its got nothing but terrible memories attached to it.
I think the interview/work day at SBT went well. It was cool to be doing work that I went to school for. The only thing I wish that went differently was that I actually got sleep. I ended up sleeping on an air mattress at Richelle’s and that didn’t go so well. I haven’t slept on an air mattress I think since I was a kid. So I ended up getting three hours of sleep. But I suppose you do what you have to do.
The drive there and back was actually not that bad. I think I paid about $40 in tolls though. On the way there I avoided that path but on the way back that’s where the GPS took me. Kind of disgusting.
So I should hear by the weekend or the beginning of next week. Mom and I were talking about earlier that all the signs were there. Ha.
I also had a dream. I don’t remember my dreams and they often tend to be prophetic in nature. I dreamt I was at a sign shop and there was pre-cut metal boards and paper boards hanging up on the walls. The team was there handing out t-shirts to customers and I came in and took one and stood by the team. Usually when I have a dream about something major its a good sign. haha.