Wednesday, November 12, 2008

The Interview Process

Just a quick update on the interview I had today!

This was the first round of interviews and it went well. They have a list of questions they ask each candidate. Of course, I feel I did well, but I won't know until Friday afternoon if I've made it to the next round of interviews.

The job would be challenging and at times very time consuming, but it would be in a field I love! Being busy has never been something that bothers me or stresses me out. In fact, those who know me understand I like to stay busy because of my irrational fear I'll be perceived as being lazy. [And let me tell you......5 weeks of not working has been a challenge, to say the least!]

Thanks to all who have sent me well wishes via, e-mail, text message, myspace, facebook and this blog! I'm feeling confident I'll make it to the next round of interviews, but it's still difficult to wait. If I make it to the next round, I'll most likely have another interview next Wednesday.......and I don't know what will happen from there, but I'll keep posting updates here when I have any news.

I really, really think this is the job for me! I'm excited!

5 comments:

Life with Kaishon said...

I am so hopeful! Now remember, if you don't get the job, which I am VERY hopeful that you will, Rejection is God's Protection. My friend Ben told me this as a freshman in college. It has been a mantra ever since! I was praying all day!

Life with Kaishon said...

LOVE your idea for Quince! I will need help because that slide show stuff seems hard to me. We can put the slide show on the blog and I will print out the pictures of people holding signs for Quince since he does not have internet access at the hospital. You are creative and smart : ).

Thanks for the encouragement about the middle finger.

Jessican said...

Hooray! So glad to hear that it went well.

Life with Kaishon said...

I have been praying non stop for you! Let me know when you hear something!

Life with Kaishon said...

Praying for you! Asking for an unexpected miracle!