So I had a total of 3 interviews last week. School A (the one I worked at) was supposed to let me know something (yes or no) by last Friday. Well, here it is, almost a week later, and I know nothing. School B is supposed to let me know something by today at 5pm. That’s in 10 minutes, so I guess I can scratch that one off the list as well. School C closes their positions on Monday. Hopefully, I will receive a call from them next week. On the upside, it looks like I won’t be going to AMSTI training for the next 2 weeks, which means I can help with Lindsay Lane’s VBS. I have been on all kinds of job websites, trying to find something. I have applied/sent my resume to anything that sounds interesting–receptionist, administrative assistant, preschool director, preschool teacher, leasing consultant, new home consultant, etc. In the meantime, I pray that I will get a job at School C. The position sounds exciting and I feel the interview went really well. I’m not worried about it, I don’t want people to think that. I’m not much of a “worryer” when it comes to the big stuff, like jobs. God promises to provide for me and there is no doubt in my mind that God will live up to His promise and probably do more than I expect. He always has. Job hunting can be so frustrating and exhausting. It doesn’t make sense to me that I taught 5th grade at School A and School A has 5th grade positions open and I can’t get a job there, especially when so many people (including administration) have told me and others what a great job I have done. I don’t understand why I am not a good candidate for the job. But, it’s simply not a matter of understanding, it’s simply a matter of knowing that God is sovereign. He doesn’t want me there, He has something better planned, and that is that.