I managed to miss registration for the PC management/networking classes that begin next week. I got approval for them in October, but because I've been so distracted and depressed, I dragged my feet on the submission end until the eleventh hour. I'm taking this as a sign that there’s some residual ambivalence over this possibility too. I got excited when these courses came up through Training and Development because I figured that getting an MCSE would make me at least marginally more employable. I think there's still a part of me that isn't entirely sure that making the jump from administrator to techie will put me closer to what I want to be doing. I have registered for the March offering so if I decide that this is something I dp actually want, and my unit has not ceased to exist under the promised "Romnerific" reforms, the option will be there for me.
I still don’t know what I want to be when I grow up, and surely adulthood is upon me.
UPDATE: I nearly forgot to mention - today marks the first day of my paid accountage. No, I've no "Mr. Anonymous" patron. I've just decided that LJ is important enough to me to offer the project some modicum of support. It has also afforded me the opportunity to provide Pablo with a user code. I'll be exploring the new features soon.
Last night I dreamt that I was running errands in a place that looked like Davis Square. Ok, it was the same place, but the placement of everything was as though someone had taken the frame and flipped it over. (For example, in this inverted version of Davis, the Someday was on the other side of Holland Street and LIC vice-versa...) I had to run into Store 24 to grab some milk, and as I was waiting in line to pay, I thought I recognized one of the guys behind the counter. I couldn’t for the life of me remember his name. His coworker kept calling him "Frankie" and at one point asked him how long he was planning on lying low. It wasn’t until I left the store that I realized that it was Joe Pantoliano sporting a full head of shock-blonde hair.
I slapped my forehead for not knowing before I left (for some reason I realized I couldn’t go back in) because he had the exact same facial hair he wore for his role as Cypher in The Matrix.
None of this is particularly odd save for the fact that I only very rarely dream of celebrities, and that I learned this morning that Pantaliano will be staring opposite Rosie Perez in the Broadway revival, Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de Lune. (He’s playing Johnny, so it’s not that much of a coincidence.)