The new job

Well, unemployment didn’t last too long for me (obviously) and it’s a good thing too.  i was going crazy at home filling out CV’s and making sure that my benefits were extended.

So where I am I going to be working now?  In colma.  where is colma?  it’s the small little “death town” in between Daly City and South San Francisco.  If you know the bay area then you know why I called it a death town.  the entire town’s money making market is in… funeral and cemeteries.  That’s right, the bulk amount of cemeteries in the bay area are in the city of Colma.  And I am going to be working at… a mortuary.

cue six feet under music.

I am not really sure what this is going to be like.  Usually, I am taking people apart, not putting together to make presentable.  and I have to take a licensing exam but that’s no problem as I have always excelled at exams. at least the commute from the Castro will not be so bad and Rick will still have his mom picking him up from school etc.  Best of all: no more graveyard shifts (pardon the pun)!!!

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3 Responses to “The new job”

  1. Rachel Says:

    be sure to rent Colma: The Musical to get you in the mood. Actually it’s not very good, but a funny concept.
    They sing a lot about how it’s the city of the dead.

  2. Rachezee Says:

    Hi- I happened upon your blog while doing a google search on my own name. I too am Rachel Zander, so I thought I would say hello! Actually, although I live in Chicago, I was born in SF (actually Menlo Park, but close enough). Nice to come accross another who shares my name!

  3. Janice Says:

    Hey Rachel, nice to meet you, the little one, and the other Rachel last night.
    We talked about death so I guess commenting on this post is appropriate. Speaking of death, it would have looked prettier than the headache I had this morning. Take Care!

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