Job interviews, waiting and snow

So, I had another job interview today.  I think it went well.  I was able to create an excel spreadsheet on the fly.  I answered those questions that usually make me cringe well.  All in all…a good interview.

I am finding much irony in the fact that I had a drought for 8 months and now I have a flood.  I’ve had interviews in the past few months, but none of them were for companies that would make my work life an enjoyable experience. 

Before I sound like a wide-eyed recent college graduate looking for fulfillment in a job, let me explain.  I don’t expect work to be puppies and daisies everyday.  But, considering the terrible time I had in Boston, I would like my work environment to not create ulcers in my stomach and new grey hairs to emerge on my head.

That being said, of the four interviews I’ve had in the past two-three weeks, I believe that the job for which I interviewed today suits my personality and skill set better than any of the others.  It would be challenging, which is something that I desire.  The woman with whom I interviewed seems like a straight-up kind of woman.  And I’d have to travel less than 10 miles to get to work.  All in all…good stuff.

When I was praying about a new job, God told me that He was creating a job for me.  This job is a newly created position.  So, my prayer is that this job opens for me.  I will be going to Philadelphia, and if offered this position, I will give them two weeks notice. 

And for the record, I’m praying like heck for a monster of a snowstorm next week.  Or an all-expenses paid trip to a tropical island. 

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