Here comes the autumn break after all the exams for the first portion of the semester are done. I am really cheerful about this break, although without a car and money, it might be a little difficult to come up with an exciting plan for the vacation. However, 4 days ago, I wrote an email to apply for a part-time job on campus and got a reply the day before my final exam. My mind was so occupied by the exam, but I still went to the interview in the next building, guessing they probably will say “thank you and goodbye” after hearing my English. I am applying for front desk work which expects me to answer the phone. Figured I would just take it as an experience of an interview. But surprisingly, the only interview question is “are you available this Wednesday and Thursday?” An interesting thing is when the lady in the office asked me if the salary is ok for me, I said “much better than nothing.” I actually mean having a job and earning some money is better than not working. I probably shouldn’t have missed that lecture for compensation negotiation on the HUB. I’m really grateful that I can get a job as an international student. I hope my English skills will prove to be worth the payment. Maybe Fisher is really my perfect predestined choice. Anyway, life is getting better and better. I’m really grateful for what Fisher has given me.