It's about bloody time, but I finally, finally have a
little sticker in my passport. What sticker? One that gives me
permission to work. And it's only taken since January to arrange.

I caught the bus up to Dublin this morning, and spent the afternoon
waiting at the immigration office (which isn't supposed to be
responsible for administering Working Holiday Authorisations, but
never mind). There's now a shiny sticker in my passport saying that
I'm allowed to work here, under certain conditions, until the 18th of
April 2007. Now all I have to do is find a contract.

Speaking of which, I have an interview tomorrow with one recruitment
agency, so we'll see how that goes.

Oh, and I have to drop off my signed application form for a UK Working
Holiday Visa at the British Embassy tomorrow, so I'll do that after
the interview. Life's looking up