a job of sorts

it's not much, but it's better than nothing. i now work for the Whitworth Phonathon. which means i get to call up alumni and ask them to donate money to the school's scholarship fund, which enables poor students like me (well... relatively poor, considering the school costs about $28,000/year for tuition, room and board) can keep coming to whitworth. it'll be somewhere between 10 and 12 hours a week; enough time to make it worth working, but not enough that i get overloaded.

that's it, really. i just wanted to have a decently sized post so i could justify sticking another random quote in.

"Government does best when it helps people help themselves. Human dignity is found not in a handout but in being able to do for one's self." --Trent Lott