Dear Prospective Employers: You know that brief time frame after sending a book to press where you can suddenly find a last-minute change that needs to be made and get the change issued in time to not cause any harm? Well, if putting a letter in the mailbox were the same as sending a book to press, that time span wouldn't have elapsed yet. I'd still have time! Please, consider this an emergency call to stop the presses and make a correction after the press date has technically passed.
No, wait! My lovely LiveJournal friends have pointed out to me that the online dictionary which tried to inform me that the word resumÃ© requires two accents is incorrect. ResumÃ© is an acceptable alternate spelling! So my two-time school spelling-bee-winning internal spelling dictionary hasn't suddenly failed and misled me after all.
*large sigh of relief*
Really they should hire me. They definitely should. Please, universe, just make sure they realize that.
On another note: Did you know there's a town in New Mexico named "Truth or Consequences"? This gives rise to all kinds of interesting sentences, like "I was educated in Truth or Consequences" or "I practice law with a Truth or Consequences law firm." It amuses me. I recommend that more cities be given names like that.