Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Short circuit

Phew, it's OVER! puff puff.

I rarely get nervous, but today I felt awful! Which is daft really because I'd done lots of preparation and I knew the interview panel reasonably well.
But I just couldn't get my answers out smoothly... Ummm, ahh, ummm *pause* ahemm... and I was like that for the whole 9 long questions! F A R O U T!! My brain just kind of froze and didn't seem to be processing what was in my head to my mouth.

Anyway, it's all done and dusted now. Apparently we won't find who the successful applicant is for 2 -3 weeks - I'll be zooming down snow covered slopes by then... swooosh.

Whatever happens I gave it a go. Next time I have an interview I'm going to drink a quadruple shot of vodka before i go, to get the brain-mouth circuit warmed up.


PS - I took Savoury muffins yesterday. They weren't too bad, and I've had no poisoning reports as yet. (Oh except for my boss who was horrified I'd 'hidden FUNGUS' in them!! -mushrooms..yum)


Tan said...

Hey Dribbles
At my mummys now. Back in WA. Whoo Hoo. Man Im itching to get home now. Tell your husband Cheers for the comment but I took his advice and stayed clear of the bus driver. He was OLD about waynes age. Hehehehe.
Sorry your interview was so nerve racking. Im sure you did fine. I still want answers........
See you Friday!!!!!

Anonymous said...

What dosn't break us makes us stronger...and hopefully braver and not so vomitous!!! Was that the DON job? Well, for what it's worth I think you'd be great at it and I 'm sure you did better than you think! xox Leif:)

The One and Only A said...

I think that interviewers take into account the--sometimes--nervewracking aspect of the ritual and I think that they--most of the time--chalk it up to nerves and look past it to the meat of the answers. Seeing as how I don't know you, nor the interviewers, nor the job for which you were interviewing, I'm just gonna have to say: "Congratulations! You got it!" :-P