I’ve got nothing today.
The past few days I’ve been freaking out and getting ready for a “job interview” I have tomorrow. I’ve been working for this for the past five months. I just realized that I was typing this – I thought it was three months ago, but it was, in fact, during the third month of the year which is March which was five months ago.
There were some pre-interview wrinkles that needed to be ironed out, but it seemed like once one wrinkle was taken care of, another would appear. And it’s really been God surprising me at every turn. I would need info from an obscure source or a procedure I’d think would cost thousands of dollars and God’s like, “Psh, for one thing I’m omniscient, and another thing, I know who everybody is. I got this.” And the obscure source would come through.
The procedure? Nothing major, but still expensive without good insurance. The morning I started making the arrangements I prayed to God that morning, “If You want me to do this, You’re going to have to let me get this for a song.” That afternoon I heard Him singing; what I initially thought would cost a few k’s I learned might only be a couple Benjamins; then it seemed to come down to 80 bucks; it wound up being only $30.
So now there’s this last step – the “interview.” I’m excited and nervous. I’m not going to tell you what it is unless I get it (assuming I’m allowed to). A fair amount of my readership (given that at most I hit 20 readers per post) already knows, but for everyone else, well, I hate building up to something and then having to disappoint. So, if I’m in, there’ll be a jaunty post on Wednesday! If not, probably a reflective one.
Until then, Happy Monday!
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