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Oct. 5th, 2007

Posting in between students. 

Sam's feeling lots better now.  He's not as fussy during the daytime and he's sort of gone back to regular sleeping patterns.  He did wake up this morning at 5 a.m. which is probably why I'm sitting here feeling rather bleh.  

I hope I don't fall asleep while giving piano lessons.  

I've been doing some research and found out that there is an opening for an english copywriter somewhere in Utrecht.  I just might make a try for this job as it's for one day in the week and it involves english and writing.  If I can get this job, I'm thinking of building up my resume to a point where I can apply for a technical writer job in a couple of years when Sam has started going to school and I can work more days in the week.  Thinking about it, I just realized this will probably be the first time I'll be submitting a real Curriculum Vitae.  

I wonder whether editorship and co-authorship will help my application get more attention. 

I'm working on a story I dreamed about.  It involves human sacrifice, very weird undead rituals, a priest, a soldier and a baby.  I almost do not want to write this story because it scares the beejeebies out of me.  The idea for this story came from a very scary dream ( you know, the type that has you waking up, lying stiff on your side in bed and not daring to move or make a sound till reality reminds you that you are not dreaming anymore). It also comes in part from a very gruesome Ifugao ritual, which I won't post on here because we just celebrated Animal Day and this involves serious cruelty to an animal.

Writing is going very slowly though, as I have to do that during in between times when the baby is asleep and household work is done. 

Speaking of which, I'm pretty proud of myself. I've managed to clean up the piano so it doesn't look like the dumping ground of everything.   Now, it looks like a real piano.  Lovely and shiny with only nice lovely shiny things reflecting on its nice shiny black top.

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