Intervening.


Yes, I previously stated that I would be giving a play by play of my spring break adventure but this is BIG BIG BIG news. This means that the spring break account continues tomorrow, and today I just re-tell a series of events like a chicken with my head chopped off.

First of all: I did send a letter of petition to the navy for my allergy of uncooked eggs and I did receive another disapproval and an official letter of disqualification because of the possibility of anaphilaxic shock to said uncooked eggs. Disheartening I know, but I scraped my dream off of the cement like anyone else who’s been in my same situation. Life does go on, just a different way you know.

Present:

It all began at exactly 11:47 am. I was at work and I recieved a call from a number I don’t have stored in my phone. I am not one of those people who won’t answer their phone because I don’t know the number but we were busy, and so I was unable to take the call and a minute later I recieved a voicemail.

As soon as I got a quick break I ran back and called my voicemail. As it turns out it was a special investigator calling to set a time to meet up with me so that he could start my security investigation and I needed to fill out some extra papers before everything proceeded.

Woa. Hold the phone. I’ve been disqualified, why are they proceeding on with my security investigation? I called the man back and told him just this. Apparently no one had informed him that I am unable to continue on with my application and so he was proceeding like everything was fine. I explained the situation and he said that he would freeze my investigation and talk to someone at the naval office until he found out how to move forward. I thanked him and told him I would let him know as soon as I myself found out.

Upon ending the conversation, I called my naval contact and told him what had happened. He said that since everything happened only two days agom, not everyone had found out yet and they still needed to contact some people. I asked him, that if I went to see an allergist and got some skin tests done what kind of a chance would I still have to get back in. He said a very good one and he also said that someone had professionally recommended me and so I also had a 99% chance of getting commissioned if this worked out.

This excited me very very much. I got off the phone with him and called a friend to look up allergists phone numbers in the area so that I could make an appointment. They let me leave work early since there we weren’t very busy and there was extra help so I left and immediately started calling the allergists from the list M gave me.

There were only four so it didn’t take long. The first 3 said they couldn’t help me, but the fourth one, she was immensly helpful. She explained everything to me, told me about my insurance, set up an appointment and really lifted my spirits. I was quite flustered and she asked me if I was just having one of those days. I said yes, I was extrememely stressed and just wanted everything to work out. She then stated that she could make my day 10 times better and told me that she was getting a divorce and filing for bankruptcy. YIKES! She was surprisingly cheerful about all of it and in a much better state then I can say for myself if I were ever to be in that position. Men.

In the end I worked everything out over the span of an hour, I have an appointment for this Friday, and I’ll be finding out the direction of my future. Freak Out. I’m so excited I can’t wait.

On a Much Lighter Note: I’ve been bamboozled into going to the Brittany Spears concert on Friday. Some of my friends just ended up with an extra ticket and they begged me to go till I conceeded. I won’t even deny it, I’m quite excited.

Also, on Saturday, I’m running a half Marathon. Double Freak Out. I guess I’ll see how I do and if I’ll have the stamina to keep going for the full marathon next month. M and I have matching outfits and I do believe it should be a very good time. Woo for 13.1 miles. Bring it on.

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