For those of you who have not heard I finally got a job. Gary and I were going to have some serious trouble with bills this next month if I had not found a job by the end of the month and the Lord came through for us.
I'm working for Transam Associates, a medical transcription company. There are three parts to the business. They train people through an online school how to do medical transcriptions, they sell software and train others to use it in transcribing, and then they actually do transcribing for various doctors around the country. The couple that owns the business Linda and Alan, run it out of their home. They have this big beautiful house, and our offices are on one side, and they live on the other. It's a really nice set up. My job is to help Linda out with the last aspect of the business. In the last three to four months it has grown to the point that she can't handle assigning all the doctors to various transcriptionist and opening new accounts, and I'm helping with that, along with odds and ends that she needs doing. Right now, it's a full time job, BUT it may or may not stay that way, we'll see. I really enjoy working with them though, they are very Godly people and very sweet and considerate. VERY unlike some of the evil slavedrivers I've worked for (like the theatre).
I am really enjoying the job. They are letting me continue to have Monday mornings off to help the sisters down at the church, and I'm very grateful for that. They might even let me have off first Tuesdays to eat lunch with some of the sisters.
The only big draw back is that I work 9-5:30. I'm only 20 minutes from there, but traffic makes it at least a 40 minute drive. I'm glad to be able to help Gary with the bills by making a little money; however, I feel like I'm neglecting the house, and he's cooked almost all of this week, because he beats me home by 30 minutes or more everyday. I'm just hoping that I can still keep up my responsiblities at home as well as this extra job.