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I think that by now all of you know that I’m a drama queen. Really. I’m such a drama queen that I need to share my problems with you, but I’ll put them behind tags, so if you’re not in the mood to read about it you can go look for new fics on your favorite fandoms, I’ll understand, *g*

I’m still stuck at same job when I’d rather be at my brand new one, cities choices (which is step 1) has been postponed twice and it made me sick, my back has been aching a lot during last days. At least now there’s a calendar of events:
Next week – cities choice through internet – there’ll be a site in which I’ll mark my options of favorite cities to be working at during next 3 years
April 3rd – cities choice result – that’s when I’ll know for sure where I’m going to live
April 3rd and 4th – I’ll receive through mail a document in which I’ll have to state if I’m in or out, and send it back to them
April 10th to 20th – I’ll have to deliver them my medical tests (they’re going to tell me where I’m supposed to go to do that)
April 10 to 25th – I’ll have to deliver copies of other documents (IDs, college diplomas, etc – they’re going to tell me where I’m supposed to go to do that)
April 28th – first nominations will be on official newspaper – then I think I’ll have about 20 days to move and start working

So everything is planned and I shouldn’t be whining like a little bitch, right? Wrong, because this calendar took *forever* (enters the drama queen again) to be released and there are about 200 drama queens who were also approved to this institution whining all around the country because they also would rather be working at their new jobs, lol. See, this year there’s election down here and according to our laws everything concerned to official tests must be decided about 3 months before it. So if election happens at October everybody must be working at July – after this date people has to wait until next year, after new governors/mayors/whatever start working. Nobody wants to wait that long, that’s why all drama queens are so anxious. Me? Well, as I said I’ve been having back aches, headaches, I’ve been eating insanely (and throwing up right after that), I’m not sleeping well (nothing new about it, though)... I’m dying to know where I’ll work, and also my parents, they’re getting ready to travel on April 5th or 6th to *there* (wherever *there* is) in order to rent a house or apartment. Dudes, waiting is hard...lol


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Mar. 25th, 2006 12:49 am (UTC)
I'm sorry to hear that, Adriana.The downside of working for our government is this insane bureaucracy and the waste of time. Almost everything is so slooow (I know because many relatives work on public institutions).

But you have to take care of your health, you don't want to get sick when you finally go to your new job, do you?*g* Talk to your doctor about your anxiety, maybe he can help you with that.

Good luck! I hope that you start working on your new job really soon.:)

Mar. 25th, 2006 09:21 pm (UTC)
A good friend teases me saying that as soon as I'm also a federal worker I won't give a damn about those poor bastards waiting for their jobs, lol
I'm fine, most part of time, but I can't stop thinking about how slowly things are - we knew results last December and now we're in the end of March!! I'm still working (barely, I must say, *g*) on my old job but I'm sure there are unemployed people waiting to start working at IPHAN, they're probably insane by now...
Mar. 25th, 2006 10:56 pm (UTC)
Never apologize for "whining", expecially to me. As many times as I've done it, everyone's always very supportive. And I know, waiting *is* hard - - I'm awful at it! Just take care of yourself, your health is most important.
Mar. 25th, 2006 11:06 pm (UTC)
If time could just fly... lol
Thanks, Maddie, all comments help me more than you can imagine!
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