Friday, March 27, 2009

One More Week...


until Spring Break! I'm not sure about you, but I am definitely ready for a break from everything. Unfortunately, I'll be spending my break getting ready to interview for other Media jobs. :( Oh well--it could always be worse. At least I'll have a job, which is better than many of the people out there.


Thankfully I've been praying and God has given me a peace about starting over again. I've never really been one to shy away from change, but as I get older, I'm finding myself wanting to settle down and get rooted. I'm tired of moving around all of the time. I also hate the whole interview process. I'm an awesome Media Specialist (if I do say so myself). Just hire me and you'll see. (At least that's what I'd like to tell the principals/assistant principals.) I especially hate the question--so, tell me about yourself.... I know it's supposed to be an opener to help me "loosen up," but that question always has the opposite effect. If you want to know something about me, just ask. I hate talking about myself and my "accomplishments." I'm a hard worker and I'm great about helping students and faculty solve their "problems." What else do you want to know?


Hmmm....maybe I should post my resume here. I wonder if that would help? Okay, so maybe I won't go that far. Please pray for me in the weeks ahead as I begin my job search. There are only about 8 positions and about 20 people fighting for them. Yippee. Please pray that I find a job quickly--or that one finds me quickly. :) Thanks in advance for your prayers. I've forged some really great friendships at this school and it's going to be really hard to leave them.

1 comment:

mad4books said...

NOOOO!

OTOH, if it brings you back to Texas for a job, it will make Kirsten & me happy. (Hey, she's selling Creative Memories now, and her first party is this Thursday evening!)

Last week at TLA, I met the library director from Leander, north of Austin, a really cool, growing district with lovely facilities. They are booming and building new campuses, and she has had to hire nearly a quarter of her librarians on emergency certificate...so you could live right beside funky, funky, AWESOME Austin and have a terrific job if Florida's economy is hurting...

Let us know. Kirsten and I will drive down there and scout apartments for you and Madison!

P.S. My word verification entry is QUARK.