Fabulous Freelancer Friday: Musings and Job Postings for the Week of 3/4/19-3/8/19

Hello, everyone! Friday is here, which means I’ve returned with another edition of thoughts and job findings.

As for blog news, I’ve updated the Contact page. I’m also going to be adding a new category within the next few weeks, “Fabulous Freelancer Fix-It” posts! The plan is to occasionally share information that I’ve learned along the way through my gardening/arts & crafts/decorating hobbies!


  • This week, HBO finally (no pun intended) released the official Season 8 trailer for Game of Thrones. Of course, that launched a bunch of theories (because that’s just what we Thronies do).
    • I (at least currently) subscribe to the theory that Samwell Tarly is actually the Prince That Was Promised.
      • After all, Samwell was the first person to kill a White Walker and figure out that dragonglass is what does it.
      • He also took his family’s sword, Heartsbane, with him when he and Gilly left after being so rudely by his father.
        • Consider a quote from the excellent article Michael Walsh wrote for Nerdist, “Understanding Game of Thrones’ Prince What Was Promised Prophecy.”: “They say her [Nissa Nissa, wife of Azor Ahai] soul combined with the Red Sword of Heroes when he tempered the blade in her heart. The great sacrifice worked, and Lightbringer, said to be a sword of living fire, helped Azor Ahai win back the day.”
          • See the heart theme here?
      • Now, after watching the new trailer, I’m all the more convinced of it because of what I consider to be a subtle nod to said theory…
  • Beginning at 0:29, Bran says to Samwell, “Everything you did brought you where you are now.” At 0:31, just while he’s saying that, we see “Dolorous” Eddison Tollett, Tormund Giantsbane, and Beric Dondarion looking at something, with Beric holding a flaming sword (remember that description of Lightbringer). Then, just after, we see Samwell turning in worry, and hear Bran say, “Where you belong. Home.”


Please do your own due diligence before officially applying to any and all job postings!

Here are some opportunities that, at the very least, look interesting in some capacity:


Until next time!

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