Week in Reveiw

It's strange, we are just coming to the end of week three in 2007 and it feels more like the end of month three. Slow year?

I'm sure there are a pinch of y'all are wondering how the current graduate is doing. One word can sum it up for y'all: eh. (Though, is that even a "word"?) I've been peeping my head in, here and there, with the beginning of the new year, mainly looking around for where a recent graphic design graduate with interests in the publishing field, could get a job around N'awlins. I decided to take a hiatus from the peeking after I applied for what I consider my dream job [in the New Orleans vicinity].

Gambit Weekly. Yep. You N'awlins folk heard me right. The Gambit. It's a great free publication down here that has great articles and excellent designers. Info for all kinds of going-ons in the city can be found in it. If y'all are familiar with the New York City's Village Voice publication, well, it's sorta like that.

I was called in for what was going to be "round one" in this little game. The first round consisted of me filing out an application and meeting with a quite friendly lady who "ooh-ed" and "ahh-ed" over my portfolio. And that was it. She told me that in about two weeks from that meeting I would here back from them on either my continuation to round two or if they were just happy to see me.

It didn't take no two weeks!

Only two days ago I heard back from them!

Only two days ago I learned that they were just happy to see me!

I really would have preferred to receive a call in for round two, but what's a graphic designer who's in need of a job gonna do? While no ill-bearings were held by me, my poor Satcey was extremely distressed and I only wished I could have been there to comfort here. BIG HUGS GAL!!

I am disappointed. I really really wanted to work there. And most importantly, I didn't want to continue looking for a job! Which, in my opinion, is the worst part about getting a new job: looking.


iTunes Meme

Tagged from Mr. Dave. But here's what you do: Go to your music player of choice and put it on shuffle. Say the following questions aloud, and press play. Use the song title as the answer to the question. NO CHEATING.

This has the intent to be quite interesting...

How does the world see you? "Breakaway" Kelly Clarkson

Will I have a happy life? "Smooth Criminal" Alien Antfarm

What do my friends really think of me? "Paranoia" Linkin Park
LOL Is their something y'all not telling me?

Do people secretly lust after me? "Rusty Cage" Soundgarden

How can I make myself happy? "Spiderwebs" No Doubt

What should I do with my life? "Auf Achse" Franz Ferdinand

Will I ever have children? "Lean on Me" Micheal Buble
Huh? Is this a advice for that possibilty?

What is some good advice for me? "Let the Joy Rise" Abigail
Hehe...if it was only that easy

How will I be remembered? "Too Much" Dave Matthews Band

What is my signature dancing song? "Fake Plastic Trees"
Not much of a dance song but what do I know?

What do I think is my current theme song? "You Learn" Alanis Morisette
Good choice, iTunes

What does everyone think my current theme song is? ROTFLMAO!! "Ghetto Superstar" Mya & Wyclef Jean

What song will play at my funeral? "Tonight, Tonight" Smashing Pumpkins
This is perfect pick, iTunes. I would definitely have picked this song myself. How can't it be when the first lines are "Time is never time at all. You can never ever leave without leaving a piece of youth"

What type of men / women do you like? "Sweetest Thing" U2

What is my day going to be like? "Rock and Roll Star" Oasis

This was fun. So I tag Stacey, Drew and, frankly, anyone who's got a media player. have fun!



We're going to the Championship!! WOO-HOOO!!

God, if only I could of made it to Bourbon toinght...




WEll, I didn't need to take the test to show me what I already knew. What a waste of 10 seconds...

CENTRISTS espouse a "middle ground" regarding government

control of the economy and personal behavior. Depending on

the issue, they sometimes favor government intervention

and sometimes support individual freedom of choice.

Centrists pride themselves on keeping an open mind,

tend to oppose "political extremes," and emphasize what

they describe as "practical" solutions to problems.

The RED DOT on the Chart shows where you fit on the political map.

Your PERSONAL issues Score is 70%.
Your ECONOMIC issues Score is 40%.
(Please note: Scores falling on the Centrist border are counted as Centrist.)

World's Smallest Political Quiz


Tag Time

I would blame Satcey, but she's not to blame. I am, for participating!

[A is for age]: 26

[B is for beer of choice]: Corona

[C is for career]: I'm a hostess which is NOT a career. I'm hoping that in the near future I'll be able to say "graphic designer", but I'll keep ya updated on that!

[D is for favorite Drink]: For the moment, Diet Coke.

[E is for Essential item you use everyday]: My car.

[F is for Favorite song at the moment]: It's been "The Fallen" by Franz Ferdinand for a looong time.

[G is for favorite Game]: Hands down, Tetris.

[H is for Home town]: Marrero, Louisiana

[I is for Instruments you play]: SInce it didn't ask how good I play, here's the list: piano, flute, a beat or two on the drum, voice

[J is for favorite Juice]: Cranberry

[K is for Kids]: Check back later, like, maybe, 5 years. Yea, that sounds like a good time...

[L is for last kiss]: What type?

[M is for marriage]: Not yet. Check back later, like, maybe, 5 years. Yea, that sounds like a good time...

[N is for full Name]: Angie Marie Robichaux

[O is for Overnight hosp stays]: Nope.

[P is for phobias]: I have necrophobis, which is an extreme fear of death or anything related (like, the afterlife, which is mine)

[Q is for quote]: The quote of the day: "Follow the white rabbit." Now, do you know where it's from?

[R is for biggest Regret]: Staying in the theatre and watching the entire "The Hulk" movie. *shudderr* (Why didn'y you say something CK? WHYYYY?)

[S is for sports]: Hell yeah...GEAUX SAINTS!!!

[T is for Time you wake up]: 8-ish

[U is for color underwear]: Let me see...seagreen.

[V is for Vegetable you love]: The one veggie I can't say no to is field peas. If ya cook them right, that is.

[W is for Worst Habit]: Is procrastination a habit?

[X is for X-rays you've had]: The annual teeth-ray and back in 1999 on my knee and back in 2005 on my toe.

[Y is for Yummy food you make]: Stacye knows the answer to this one: Baked Ziti, Eggplant and Italian Sausage Casserole. *drool*

[Z is for zodiac sign]: Cancer.

I Tag:
Anyone, Everyone, Who-ever