I have a phone interview with the company tomorrow (Thursday). The consulting company I am working with has provided me with lots of helpful pre-interview stuff to read and listen to - I started prepping for that phone call last night.
And when I get the job (see, told you I was hopeful - let's add confident to the list)? It means a lot here at the Cleaver Compound. I haven't had a decent paying job since I've been here, and The Mister got laid off at the end of August.
Oh, have I mentioned that the pay rate for this position is the highest I've ever made? Woohoo! This job will remove any of the money anxiety we've been dealing with here. We'll be able to start adding to the savings again, and have a nice beginning at a nest egg.
Health insurance! The Boy is the only one here who has had continuous coverage. There is quite a bit of comfort knowing that if any of us has a health-related crisis, that we can get care without breaking the bank.
But the most personally (as opposed to professionally) exciting thing about getting this job? I will be able to turn in my apron and Swiffer and pass them on to The Mister. He'll hold down the homefront and do all things domestic while he continues to look for work.
And I fully
He'll be my House Boy - for some reason, he pooh-poohed being called my House Bitch.
Damn, he's moody - he's SO ready for the job!