construction season in Kalamazoo #hyperlapse
I quit my job. I loved it. And I loved the guest and coworkers. I’m convinced that the chef is the most talented chef in Kalamazoo. (Lord knows we eat out enough to know). But I left for a variety of reasons, but am not really going to leave it out in the open.
So I’m looking for something new in Kalamazoo. I went to dinner with Steve last night and the bartender used to be a coworker, and once she heard I left, she introduced me to the owner. It’s strange to have someone give you a song and dance for why you should come work for them. Well strange for me. Especially since I was just going out for dinner. Anyways, it totally give me renewed hope that I’ll find something great and new.
Here’s to new beginnings.
Steve looked at me like I was craZy. Although with all the flailing I did I’m sure I did.
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This is a beautiful thing. A slow, calm, unrelenting verbal smack-down.(via redcloud)