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Dream job!!!

Published by Lamont D in the blog Lamont D's blog. Views: 306

Well, I may be jumping the gun but there is a slim chance that I could be involved in what I would term, one of my dream jobs. I might not, but something that has been on my list of things I wish I could do, if allowed, could and I hope I do, have that chance.
It is in football and there is small chance it could be in football with a club that can't be named as yet.
It has come about because a friend of a friend, is to give me the chance of an interview, to work within football, at a higher than just groundstaff, that I'm doing now, not that I do want to lose my current job. But how could I not want to do what I've wished for forever?
My explanation is convoluted and I'm not expressing myself properly as I am that excited about it.
The best thing about the job, is instead of being on the periphery of sport, I would be involved in interactive duties within the team framework.
It is not physical but a job I could keep doing for the years I would be able to if I can keep fit and well, another reason and a challenge to do what I have been successfully for the past couple of years. Who would have thought that I would be in a position to even do this sort of involvement in sport? When five years ago, I was getting bigger and my health was in decline and my mental stability was questionable. I certainly hoped to, but not in reality.
Just to be able to go out and work was a blessing, then! Now I'm back to good health, why shouldn't I improve my life as well as my lifestyle!
That dream may yet come true!
Here's hoping!
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