So ... I decided to be the grease monger. I texted "Xxxx Xxxx Xxxxxx" to see what's up and IF I'm still a candidate, etc. For all I know, they've put me on the back burner. For all I know, they got a good chuckle at my screen test and walked away. For all I know they didn't even watch. And for all I know ... oh, stop it, Kris.
So, I took to my computer and sent off a little email.
On Wed, Aug 5, 2015 at 11:55 AM, Kris Kahle <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hi, Vanessa ~
I'm so nervous today, wondering if there's any hope that my family members will ever
be found ... Is there anything more you need from me? Anything I still need to send
in? Anything I need to know? (I told you I was nervous...!)
* * * *
I got this back in return:
* * * *
No need to be nervous :) We are anticipating the research team to take on your case soon.
Fingers crossed! We have all we need for now, if I need any additional paperwork I will call
So, for once in my life, I greased. I speaked. I asked.
And that's all I know but I plan to grease these people but good.
And then I'll wash my hands ... because I'm good at de-greasing. I learned that this
summer while working in a dirty townhouse.
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