Monday, September 11, 2006

Week 1 - Update

Well, today marks the one week anniversary of me having had the idea for writing this blog and, truth be told, it's been a funny old week...

I received a letter back from Cavendish Knights to tell me I've passed the first stage of the male escort selection process - I now need to go to the police station to fill out some form or other and then return it to them to complete things and ensure my profile goes onto their website.

In other news, Cambridge University emailed me a set of particulars for the Graduate Assistant to Stephen Hawking that were not present in the original advert and told me that, if I wished to send a revised covering letter that took these into account, then I could do so until the 22nd September. This leads me to believe they haven't yet read my original covering letter...so perhaps I will create a more flamboyant follow-up...

A number of people have asked me to reconsider my position on applying for Chief Executive of WAGGGS (World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts) and, while I've not been totally swayed yet, I am coming around to the idea that maybe, just maybe, I would make a good voice of girls and young women across the globe. It just might be a tad deeper voice than they were expecting, that's all...

7 comments:

smileygiles said...

Oliver,

I produce the Breakfast show at TFM and stumbled across your blog, It would be fantastic to get you on the show one morning to talk about exploits. Email me through teh TFM website ( tfmradio.com ) Click on Breakfast and email through there so we can have a chat

Regards

Giles

Jeanette said...

Hi Oliver
I am loving your blog! What a fantastic idea. I shall be following it daily with great interest.
Kind regards
Jeanette

Chris said...

Hey, I also love the blog, although if Chief Executive of WAGGGS doesn't work out, maybe you could apply for the job of a simple WAG - aka a footballers wife, or at least someone who controls them executivly

General Disorder said...

You have to do the guides one. It's a moral imperative!

Jo said...

Hi Oliver

I love your blog. Thought you might like some of the jobs advertised at http://www.biaza.org.uk/public/pages/jobs/vacancies or http://www.eaza.net/news/vacancies.html, all good zoo jobs. Maybe you fancy being a monkey keeper or director of a zoo.

Good luck

Jo

Oliver Davies said...

Thanks for the compliments and suggestions! Oh, and Jo, I remembered (finally) that it was you who suggested the zoological jobs! My application to be a part-time Antelope Keeper is down to you! :-)

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