All you can do is your best. I attended the interview today and did just that, my best. I wasn’t happy with a few of the things I said; answers could have been better said, better examples might have been provided. It was a pleasant experience. I am pretty sure I did not procure the position. There was one question that seemed pivotal, it was yes or no answer and lies would have been transparent… my answer was no and it was probably the wrong answer. The real indicator was, they did not request references. Kudos to them though, they treated me with respect and dignity throughout.
So, that out of the way, on with the rest of my life.
The weather is much warmer, but the weather people say there is to be another night of -21C, Friday night. Sheesh.
I am exhausted. Interview preparations and the experience itself have left me yawning and nodding off at the keyboard this afternoon. And wouldn’t you know it, after sitting down in my easy chair for a short winter’s nap, the cell phone rang. Wrong number of course, we don’t use our cell phone except for emergency calls. That was that for the nap.
Pressure: 101.5 kPa
Visibility: 13 km
Humidity: 89 %
Wind: W 13 km/h
Wind Chill: -5
“If you think you’re too small to be effective, you have never been in bed with a mosquito.”
Betty Reese [Who is Betty Reese?]