No…Not the Jack Johnson song…This is actually my life right now…

Well, I had the phone interview with controller of the company I am interested in and I am so unsure of how it went. There was a large then life language barrier. She is located in France, and I was aware of that, but I was not expecting such a huge barrier. Even though she spoke English, it was very broken. I had to ask her to repeat herself several times. Likewise, she had to do the same with me. I could not gauge at all what she thought of me. She asked me all general accounting questions and, in my opinion, I was able to answer them with ease. After all, it’s all I’ve done for the past 9 years.

After the interview was over, I sent a quick email to her thanking her for taking the time to speak with me. Likewise, I also sent an email to the Plant Manager and informed him that we completed our phone interview and it went well. I kept both emails, short, simple, and straight to the point.

Now, I’m waiting and waiting and waiting some more. I HATE this part. I wouldn’t hate it so bad if my financial life didn’t depend on this, but it does, tremendously. My job is ending this Friday and I have nothing else lined up. That is so incredibly scary. I feel like it’s all I’m thinking about. I am constantly checking my email, staring at my phone waiting for “the call”. I’ve even taken it to the point of researching, “how soon is too soon to call after your last interview”. It makes me so nervous and so anxious.

So, in the meantime, I am going to continuously check my email and make sure I stay glued to my phone in hopes of getting my call. I’m trying so hard to stay positive because I really need this. It’s just getting a little hard.

One positive and very awesome thing that is happening today is I am going to Machine Gun Kelly in concert today. I’ve saw him once before and he was amazing. He’s my favorite artist. Definitely looking forward to it tonight. He doesn’t know it yet, but he is my next ex-husband, and yes, my current husband is aware of this.

Pray for me y’all.

–The Kentucky Momma


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