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This has been an amazingly great Monday. Nothing particular happened...just went really smooth. Smooth like butta. Yo. So I've been thinking about this summer...and my possibilities seem endless, now that I can work for a real job. It would mean having to get a work permit (physical, anyone?) but even at minimum wage it beats mowing by at least twice as much if I worked the same hours, which I wouldn't be. Best case scenario, I'd get hired and earn minmum wage for working 6-8 hours a few days a week, helping repair computers. I have a strong feeling I won't get hired, but I really have nothing to lose. If nothing else, maybe they'd let me observe what they do and just be a servant-ish person. Something like that. But I have high hopes. Providing I get the money I have a list of stuff to apply it to.

»Halo Soundtrack ($20)
»Last Samurai Soundtrack ($20)
»Halo 2 (probably somewhere in September-October) ($50)
»Fable (probably in June - July) ($50)
»Eventually, a new computer. Probably not till next year, though. (I'm probably gonna spend $1200 on that, at least...)

I'm definately psyched. The experience at that place would be wonderful - but I'm 15, and 15 year olds have a hard time getting jobs. I'm still hoping, though!
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