Monday, October 3, 2016

Typical Tuesday


It was a typical Tuesday.  I was up early that morning for my daily workout.  Then I hopped in the shower and got dress for the day.   I made breakfast since they say breakfast is the most important meal.  But the day was not a typical Tuesday.  I was wearing my best pantsuit and my hair  curled in all the rights places.   Interviews can be nerve wracking and even though it wasn't my first time, it still created butterflies.  I wonder will I make a good impression.  Will they even like me?  Will I like them?  Does the job pay well?  Can I really do this?  Too many questions flooded my head as I ate my cereal.  Taking a deep breath as I sipped my tea,  I prepared myself for the journey.

sun hides behind clouds
as the leaves begin to fall
and we take deep breaths



16 comments:

  1. Yes indeed. Interviews can be grueling. I thik they will like you just fine! good luck to you.

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  2. Boy do I remember every single interview. Good luck if this current, if not, I hope if worked out for you.

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  3. I recall those nerve wracking times too, yikes ~ Hope it turns out well and you will do fine ~ Love the haiku of breathing in the fall season ~

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  4. Gayle Walters RoseOctober 3, 2016 at 9:40 PM

    Interviews are unnerving especially if you have several people scrutinizing you. :) I hope all worked out to your advantage!

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  5. i love morning routines, but it seems that i can't seem to get into one. every day is different for me.

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  6. You conveyed the apprehension and nervousness of the impending interview so well...good luck..

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  7. I love that sun hiding behind the clouds, waiting to reveal its light...PERFECT for waiting to shine your light in a new job. Love this.

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  8. The sense of sticking to the routines while keeping anticipating at bay is so well portrayed.

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  9. I know exactly how you feel hon ❤️ interviews can be so nerve racking. Beautifully penned.

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  10. Haiku compliments the (nervous) prose. Taking deep breaths indeed.

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  11. Haiku compliments the (nervous) prose. Taking deep breaths indeed.

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  12. Oh, I'm so glad I don't have to do that anymore! I've been both interviewee and interviewer and I'm not sure what was worse. I wish you all the best and hope you got the job. I like the way the haiku reflects those feelings in such a subtle way.

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  13. You have described well the anxiety and doubts we have before an interview. I love the calming effect of the haiku.

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  14. Hahaha good writing... all of our journey,for as long as it takes :)
    ZQ

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