Well, I suspect my job is coming to an end (again!). The last few days have been spent cleaning and tidying up and I’ve been sent home early every day this week. So I’ve had to put a couple of plans into action.
A. Be seen to be constantly working and not bludging (like many around me). Hopefully they’ll be let off before I am.
B. Be proactive about other projects. I have signed up for an induction on the Airport Link Tunnel which starts later this month. Unfortunately, I’m competing against a lot of guys and I don’t have the experience or know someone to get me in.
C. My boss finished up this week and is going to a project at West End/Stones Corner. If I can hang on for a month or two, maybe he can get me in on that job. He’s already mentioned a caretaker position which would suit me to the ground. Especially if it’s night shift!
But if all fails, I can get by for a while so I shan’t stress.
I’m off to Gladstone this weekend to teach TaiJi at a Freestyle karate School. Flying up Sat morning, teach sat afternoon, sun morning and fly back sun night. Should be fun. Then in May I have a big trip to Perth planned. A few people to catch up and plenty of time to check the place out.
I’m working on a few duets with my mate Webb at the moment. We’ve been invited to sing at a mutual friend’s recital in a few weeks. Vincent (Dom Maclean), Forever Autumn (from “War of the Worlds”), and Senza Una Donna (Paul Young and Zucchero). Then I’m looking forward to starting fresh with some new solo material. Any suggestions?
Two students competed last week and did very well Karen and Marc both represented the school and were skilled enough to bring home awards. Makes me happy! Trophies number 387, 388, 389! Who will get 400!
My $360 – $550 repairs to my radiator ended up costing $1300+!!!! Not happy but at least the van’s not overheating now!
I’m gone for a couple of days, so Sun /Mon I’l tell you about the exciting township of Gladstone! 😉