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A quiet hen night & some luck

June 26th, 2006 at 04:02 pm

It was my friend's hen night on Saturday. My boss didn't give me the favour that I wanted (the day off)so I had to swap shifts with another colleague. I worked from 9am-6pm and I had to meet my friend at 7pm. I actually got there before her. Anyway we ended up going go-karting, then getting all-you-can-eat at the Chinese then went to the local club. I didn't have a lot of money on me so I was really budgeting all night, so much so that I only had one (alcoholic) drink. The soft drinks were cheaper so I just drank them. I told my friend I was completely skint so I wouldn't be spending a lot, she was just happy that I had went.

The night ended up being really quiet; not what I expected. I also didn't think go-karting was something that you did on your hen night, I suppose it depends on the person.

I put in 1 every week to the bonus ball at work. My number came up on Saturday when I was about ready to give up on it ever coming up. Today I used the money sensibly: paid the phone bill and put money into the gas and electricity. I couldn't have won the money at a better time.

It's my friend's wedding on Friday, I will not be drinking a lot since I'll have to borrow money from my mum.

I've filled out the application forms for Volunteer Scotland I just need to post them. It was three pages long and it's only for volunteering. It's been so long since I've actually filled one out. If I do get the volunteer position there's about seven weeks of training. It's a long process but I suppose that's to make sure that you definetly want to volunteer.

I've been looking at job vacancies; they all say I need experience, especially the Assistant Psychologist vacancy. Hopefully I can spend this year making my CV look better by getting experience. The only bad point is that it may mean another year in the supermarket and I don't know if I can cope with that.

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