Also, I sent out a resume today for a new job. It is an assistatn editor job at the Institute for Contituing Legal Education, which is part of the University of Michigan. I had applied there several years ago, but they went with someone with more experience. I had made it to the second interview and had a nice rapport with the person hiring. It was a really nice place and the best part is the university benefits. Since UM is a hospital school, the medical coverage is very generous. I would get like 15 personal days, 2 weeks vacation off the bat, and the week between Christmas and New Years off, paid. A university job is always coveted. So everyone wish me luck and pray hard for my success. My current job is really sucky and I really need something else.
Now it's off to play City of Heroes. My main character, the healer, is level 44 out of 50. I went up 4 levels in a single weekend. It's still a very cool game. I carefully plan out all the levels for all my characters in Excel, and then I go over it all, obsessively, until I can tweak it just right. And then I go over it again. Not only that, but I have to plan out what I want to do in the game to make sure I get the accolades I want in the soonest time. Plus there is the whole social aspect to the game that's fun. I frequently get to play with my brother, who lives about an hour from me, as well as my friends.