Tuesday, January 6, 2009

New job...new name?

I started a new job this week. So far, so good! The position is temporary, but I’m happy with it. The environment is professional, and my co-workers are pleasant. I get dressed up each morning, and I feel like a new woman. And apparently I am a new woman, at least according to the business cards that came in today. My business cards (believe me, it was a little thrill to just type that) have my first name misspelled. They took out one letter and added a different one. Although, I actually think my “new” name is slightly more exotic. So for now, I will be a new, exotic me. That is, at least until the stack of a few-hundred business cards runs out.

14 comments:

Kel said...

oh la la...a new exotic you, what fun!
~K

d.a.r. said...

Congrats on the new job, and the new you!!

Playful Professional said...

My license has an extra letter added in both my first and last names. It makes it much more fun to pronounce.

LyndsAU said...

That's funny. Congrats on your new job :) And your new name :)

Lindsey said...

YAY! So glad you like it! And congrats on the business cars, fun!balls

Megan said...

haha that is so funny!

Congrats on the new job! Keep us updated on how it goes.

The Pink Potpourri said...

congrats on your new job! its always an exciting time!

jlc said...

Congrats on the new job!!! I wanna know this exotic name. ;)

Annie said...

nudge, nudge, wink, wink.

Funny what a name will do for a girl! Have fun with it and enjoy the new job!

lilly said...

and finally whats your new name?

Reynie said...

congrats on the new job and new name. it could be your alter ego that you give out from time-to-time.

Jenna said...

LOL! That happened to me once. Except instead of a new exotic name they called me "Jenny" instead of "Jenna." I accidentally misplaced them and had them reordered!

Kristen said...

Your post about getting back to work is almost exactly like mine was...excited to have something to do, excited to have a reason to look and dress nice. A late entry, this reply, but congratulations on your new job and the excuse to have a new name.

A. said...

Congrats on your new job -- and your new name! : )