After my run yesterday (I'll blog about this later!) I woke up feeling pretty good. I was determined to paper the town with my resumes.
NO RETAIL STORE ANYWHERE IN SYDNEY WOULD ESCAPE MY WRATH.
I took a train (btw, 6 dollars for the ride. SIX DOLLARS! Gawds, I'm so poor now.) over to Chatswood, a suburb in northern Sydney.
Actually, I had an ulterior motive in coming here to Chatswood.
It is the location of a Lululemon store, and you know how I love to get my lemons on.
The ladies here were super nice (as they are everywhere), and asked me a bunch of questions. They didn't seem to mind that my visa only allows me to work with any one employer for 6 months.
I'm invited to an open interview soon, and I hope I get a job (for the sake of both Steven and my sanity).
My lunch was Sumo Salad, this fast food chain with ready-made salads in nearly every food court I've been in here in Aussie-land.
I chatted with Steven about how happy I was that the Lulus were nice to me.
Then, I went for a walk around Chatswood since I'd already paid the $6 to get there.
I was looking about the shops when I saw the mighty OM sign in a window. Naturally, I examined it further, and found The Yoga Hotspot.
I went inside and talked to David, the co-owner of the studio, and I'm excited to practice, and possibly teach (!!!!) at The Yoga Hotspot.
Then, as I was walking back to the train station, glowing with happiness, some guy came up to me and said, "Sorry to stop you, but I couldn't let this chance walk away from me."
"So, you're pretty cute, and I thought I'd just try to talk to you."
"How are you doing?"
When I picked my jaw back up from the floor, for a milli-second I thought about toying with this guy, but then I said, "I have a boyfriend. Sorry."
"Boyyyyyfrrriieennndd?!?" he moaned.
"Good luck!" I patted him on the shoulder.
And that's the makings of a pretty awesome day.
How was yours?