Another month goes by without a post from me. I wish I could say I've been busy, but the truth is I didn't want to post anything here until I had something meaningful to say. I hope today's missive fills the bill.
I went to another job interview yesterday. Yes, I went to a job interview on Saturday. I thought it a little odd, but the unemployed don't complain about interview times. I was happy just to have been called in for one. I feel good about this one. It's another hotel position, this time at a hotel in Quincy, which is about half an hour west of here. They told me I can expect a call next week, Monday or Tuesday.
On the social side of things, I've made some new friends via Facebook. One of them has put me in an awkward spot, though. A couple of weeks ago, Keith Olbermann activated a fan page on FB for his forthcoming show on Current TV. Shortly after that, I got a Friend Request from another fan. I've built friendships out of less substantial connections than shared love of a celebrity, so I accepted the request. My new friend is a gentleman in New York. We've chatted online a couple of times, and the chats are a little disturbing (to me, anyway). He's only seen the handful of photos I have online. He knows I'm transgendered, but I think he's under the impression that I'm full-time. I wish I was, but I'm not at a place in my life where that is yet feasible. In our chats he's been hinting at wanting something romantic. He said something the other night about "spooning while we watch the fireworks" on July 4th. He seems like a nice guy, but I'm not looking for a relationship, not even a long-distance one. I don't want to lead him on, either. I'm not a gold-digger. His attention is flattering, but how can I let him down easy?