Thursday, September 02, 2010

Interview Update and More…

The interviews yesterday went very well and I feel great about them. I interviewed with three partners and one associate. I believe I have now met everyone in the practice group especially since I have been networking with this firm for a while now. I hope to hear something within the next 2-3 weeks if not sooner.

I went right in there yesterday with confidence and was simply ME. They drilled me and I held my composure and didn’t break a sweat. It was actually kind of fun.

I have my first counseling session this afternoon through the EAP. I am really looking forward to getting some objective help on some of the issues I’ve been dealing with from someone who doesn’t know me. I am going to be brutally honest, let the walls come down and put it all on the table.

I already feel a lot better than I did a month ago. I am hoping that the sessions will reinforce that feeling so I can continue to move forward and not even think about looking back.

Lastly, I did send my BF (well I guess ex-boyfriend) a letter last week and I didn’t quite get the response I was hoping for. I was hoping for a call but got a text instead saying thank you. So, I give thanks as well because I put out there what I wanted and now I release it to be what it will be. I guess I was hoping that he would call and say… “yes Chitown, let’s really have that fresh start. Not let’s make things better, but let’s start over and create something new and something better.” That’s what I wanted. Now, I move forward. If he comes into my life then I think that's great but I will move forward with my heart and mind open to also meet someone new who wants me just as much as I want him….actually more. =)

With gratitude, Chitown. =)


Dreamin said...

Wishing you the best of luck with the potential new job. Whatever happens, remember, everything happens for a reason.

DreamChaser57 said...

Best wishes with the new employment opportunity, assuming you get the job, it might be a good idea to consider living on your current salary and devote the excess to debt reduction. Standing your ground in a relationship often hurts -but you will never get what you deserve if you don't, I know that from PERSONAL experience. Enjoy the Labor Day Weekend.