Thursday, July 3, 2008

I'm busy!!

I finally have something to do. We still don't have much news on our move, husband has had a couple of interviews this week and was told the processing time could take up to 3 months (it's a government job) so in the meantime I had applied for various part-time jobs and got a call on Tuesday for an interview. I got the job and they wanted me to start the next day, at first I thought it would be just a few days a week but they asked it I could work every day (6 hours each day) I said I could. I'm working for a psychologist managing the front office and so far so good, this is new for me - I've never dealt with insurance stuff before but I'm learning. I felt guilty not letting them know about my "situation" but after we found out it could be 3 more months before husband starts work plus time to find a place to live I may end of working here for 6 months! Anyway I'm thankful to be doing something constructive and earning some money.

I hope everyone has a wonderful and safe holiday weekend.

7 comments:

Pam said...

Congrats on the job!!! That's so great that they asked if you could work more hours. Sounds like great experience too.

Happy 4th!

mSjEnA said...

Congrats on the new job !!!
I've been in the insurance field for about 18 years both in the physicians office , the insurance company and now on the practice management side (electronic billing ) love it.. You'll be fine !

Mrs. L said...

Congrats on the new job! Good luck!!

Happy 4th!

rpm said...

I'm so glad for you. Your skills and personality are excellent and I know you'll have that insurance stuff mastered in quick time.

AM said...

wow, congrats on the new job. that sounds like a neat office job to have. not boring at least!

Swampgirl said...

Congrats! Don't feel bad about not letting them know your situation. Nothing is written in stone at this point. I felt bad when I got my first teaching job for the same reason. They asked how long I would be living in town. I told them forever (knowing I was only there for graduate school!) Things changed and I ended up working there 25 years until I retired! And I still contract with them when they need me!

Page said...

Congrats on the new job!! You'll have the insurance mastered in no time!