Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Summer

My summer plans are up in the air right now. Its possible I could be lifeguarding at the Riviera Club, but I could also be lifeguarding at another pool. But then considering that I'm going to ECHO and Covamakioi and spending a week or two with my Aunt Linda in Ohio, I don't know if they will want to hire me. I'm going to be nannying for my neighbors, and my dad wants me to work with him when he has jobs where he paints. I want to work a lot this summer so I can afford to go to Australia next year. I want to swim on the swim team at Rivi, so working there might be more convenient, but Rivi got a new manager and he's changing a lot of stuff around this summer and they only want people who can work at least 35 hours a week. *sigh* Its kinda stressful.

Quote of the post:
"The hardest struggle of all is to be something different from what the average man is." - Unknown

Song of the post:
"When the Stars Go Blue" by Tim McGraw

4 comments:

LeeAnn said...

Hey, I hope you get to do at least some of what you planned, if not all. That's cool about being a nanny and working with your dad. Sounds like you'll be bringing in the money. I really need to find a job soon.

I love this song, I saw him play it on tv a few weeks ago...twas pretty neat. Love you :o).

Charity said...

#1 I've never heard this song before, ,but I officially LOVE it!!!
#2 I hope your summer is amazing, spectacular, and unforgetable! I'm a little sad of the things I am going to miss out on, but so excited for you in the things you get to do!
#3 I hope you can truly come next summer! I will pray you get an excellent job!
#4 I love you and miss you! Call me! Or I shall call you soon... I'll try to get back "on schedule" next week. ;-)

Charity said...

Oh and #5 I wish I could just come over and take a walk with you or go run outside during a thunderstorm... *sigh* Speaking of thunderstorms, it's definitely raining harder now! I better go...

SaraY said...

I went for a walk yesterday at midnight and it was great :-)

Ellie, I do hope you get exactly the right job...it'd be weird at Rivi not having you there but then again I probably won't really be there either except on weekends, maybe.

See you soon! School is SOO almost done!