I have, of course, been searching for jobs. I've had 2 interviews where I was in the final rounds, but no dice. Still, thinking about those situations as great opportunities to practice interviewing. I'm taking it as a good sign that I've had 2 real interviews less than a month after graduating. I'm also working 15 hrs/week at Seafood Watch, still.
In the meantime, I've been trying to enjoy myself as much as possible. All these projects I've had in my mind for ever--I have the time to make them come to fruition! For instance, this model for my pendants and earrings which I wanted on wood, but never found a properly large piece of drift wood to make that come true. Instead, I utilized my photoshop skills, melding a photo of worn wood that I took with the silhouette photo, mounting it on foamboard and cutting it out.
|People named Pinky playing something that looks like a cross between a fiddle and a gramaphone.|
If I go up early (which I've learned to do to avoid hitting crazy traffic), I spend the day with Dusty or Mira or Rose, working on costuming/choreography. It's great to immerse myself in that creative part of my life with others who are of the same ilk.
|Dusty's dress patterns hanging all organized-like.|
|Baby Aria and dressed up dolls Alyssum and Mama Colleen.|