I had the BEST dream last night.
It involved me eating a thick, juicy, delicious cheeseburger. It was one of those life changing cheeseburgers that makes you believe in a higher power. It was literally the best dream ever, and I awoke satiated yet hungry.
In other news, I've decided that I am ready to find a job. I was half heartedly looking before with the hopes it would take a month for the hiring process. Or possibly longer. But now, I am ready. I'm raring to go. Let's go! Let's go!
Unfortunately, ever since I was little, I was a, "Are we there yet?" child. Even though I consider myself an inordinately patient person, I hate waiting for things that I want RIGHT NOW. There is the very distinct possibly that the true reason I work so quickly is that I want to be done. I want to meet that goal. I want that satisfaction of checking something off my list.
Now the tricky part. Getting a job. Getting an awesome job with awesome people.
I also had a dream that someone from Google emailed me offering me a job, but when I looked at the job I was dismayed to discover I had to be fluent in C++. I am not, sadly. I did basic computer programming in elementary, middle, and high school, but never went past that. Yes, I could make my turtle move and make shapes.
We actually started in 2nd grade; the only school to have a computer lab. We hadn't learned angles yet, so I kept trying to to order my turtle to move 90 degrees by telling it to move...25 degrees. I was 7. It made sense to me. In my mind, a circle was 100 because 100 is whole. And if I wanted it to turn a quarter of the way, I would have to make it go 25, right?
The whole class struggled. Then, my mom, who helped out in 2nd grade, told me a circle was 360. Upset, I changed my tactic. What kind of stupid shape is 360?? That makes no sense! =) I was an indignant little 7 year old, I guess. But I did excel in that class after I learned that little tidbit.