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Jillian Staci

Congratulations!

I'm currently looking for work, so I will admit to a tinge of envy. However, I am genuinely happy for you because it appears that you pretty much have this position if you want it.

Geralyn

I will definitely send happy thoughts! It sounds pretty good.

loretta

Carpet?

One of the side businesses we have at our office is commercial carpet!

I hope you get it!

dragonlady474

Happy thoughts and prayers coming your way. Knock'em dead!

Lana

I'll be thinking of you !!! Go for it... sounds like something that you might like...!!! Make sure you let us know the outcome ... !!!

Mgt

Lisa,
If this is something you would like, then I sincerely hope you get the job.


Astrologer

Wishing you good luck and blessings, Lisa

The Moon's on your side: New Moon on Thursday, but try to conclude the interview by 2:40 p.m. right before the Moon goes void of course (i. e.: makes no more aspects until it changes signs).

Very auspicious! Just be yourself.

kez

Lisa, I wish you good luck and will send good thoughts your way.

Michelle

Hey Lis--WAY COOL!!!! Hope you get it too. Got all kinds of stuff crossed until you hear back after your interview.

OccamsEdge

Great news Lisa - good luck!

I've been back at the place that layed me off for the last month - same job but at consultant rates and the hours I chose

vero

All the best, Lisa. Give 'em hell!

Deege

Lisa, will be keeping good thoughts and visualizing you going to work every day at a job that you'll love!

karen

We are all waiting to hear did you get the job or are you still looking for something like the rest of us.

Lisa

I should hear something about this job sometime this week.

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