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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Interview part 2

David had a couple of emails in his box this morning. One of them was from one of the men that interviewed him telling him that organization was not under the hiring freeze. They get their money from another part of congress. So that is good. And the other was from the lady that initially contacted him about the interview. She was asking for his supervisors email. He gave that to her and just before work ended today his supervisor received a email asking him what he thought that Dave would bring to the job if they offered it to him. What he thought of Dave. So it is sounding more and more like we might have a chance of finally getting out of here. But I refuse to count my chickens before they are hatched, this time.
BUT, I have a question for all you scrappers out there. If I do move I will be in temporary quarters for nearly three months and I want to take some of my scrap stuff with me to use until our household goods arrive. What should I take? What would you take if you could only take one large case of supplies with you?

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De said...

Hi Michelle
I would try to take a little of everything, with the emphasis on what sort of paper craftng you like best eg Scrap-booking, ATCs, Cards (for me I can't forget my inchies! LOL)Do take your cuttlebug if you have one, plus the folders etc. as you can emboss with this as well as cut shapes (Spellbinders etc). Just what I think I would take :) Cheers

Love That Bug said...

I agree with De. I would take what you would use on an everyday basis. Glues, adhesives, papers etc. And of course, what machine you use to make all the stuff with.
Hope everything works out with Dave

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