i'm reading the "speed cleaning" may '10 issue of real simple. it gives me all these fantastic tips and tricks for efficient, effective cleaning, which we know is my all-time favorite thing to do when stressed. i love this 'zine to death. if i could, i would sit at my mailbox, waiting for its arrival every month. there's a particular heading on this month's cover that reads, "problem-solving solutions from $5."
huh... if only.
i have been keeping relatively quiet about this next phase in my life for fear of failure... or disappointment, i guess. this spring marks my last semester as a graduate student. i did finish my masters in decemeber, but decided to stick around to complete a second degree. that didn't happen. i have basically been itching to get out of here since feburary. but then about a month ago, two of the current assistant athletic trainers i work for decided they weren't returning in the fall. this left a pretty big gap in our education program and i was asked to apply for one of the positions by our program director. what an honor, right? it didn't quite feel like it at the moment. i was immediately torn between doing what i had dreamed (moving to a big city or closer to home) or taking a job on a silver platter and making one of the easiest transitions of my life. ideal, really.
needless to say, i submitted my application a week ago and will hear back from them in a week. at the same token, i have had two phone interviews for jobs in birmingham. i don't like limbo.
things will pan out. they always do. i will have a job. i will be exactly where god wants me. and if i am where he wants me then i will be happy. in the meantime, i just check and i have money in my account for about 4 problem-solving solutions. think that's enough?