Melbourne, Writing

A blindside

I received an email late yesterday afternoon with startling, positive, exciting news contained therein.

I am unable to disclose such fine news at this moment, but I can assure you, I will divulge here as soon as I am authorised to do so.

Until then, you can speculate as much as you wish, cheer for me too, if you like.

 

8 thoughts on “A blindside”

    1. Gaz, uncross your bits. Just heard today unsuccessful for second interview. Beyond disappointed, as I felt the interview went exceptionally well. It came down to me and one other who pipped me with slightly more experience in one aspect of the role. Poo!! Anyhow, can’t bear to think of you with bits crossed, blood circulation being seriously compromised. Note: this post of mine had nothing to do with job hunting, but am still unable to disclose the news.

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      1. Oh Linda, I am so sorry to read that the second interview didn’t end the way we all wanted. I will uncross bits in preparation for next time. I am looking forward to the big reveal associated with the undisclosed news πŸ˜ƒ

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