An increasingly rare moment of self-disclosure.

I am aware that lately I’ve used my blog primarily to share book reviews. I like these and a few of you like reading them but I feel guilty that I have had few posts reflecting on church and society (these are my favorite posts to write). I have also not shared my stress, struggles and neurosis. Honestly, isn’t that what a personal blog is for? If it is, I have failed you.

Anyway I have a job interview today. It is a ‘final-round interview’ and I hope it goes well. It is not at a church but it would be closer to my field of interest than my current job selling gas-cans and toilet seats.   I will share a little more after my interview.  I am excited about the prospect and am now anxiously combing through my closet and deciding what to where (is this a power tie moment?).  Honestly the face-to-face part of the interview doesn’t stress me much and I’m glad to make it to a second interview. The whole job-interview process though is beastly.

So in the spirit of this blog, feel free to send to me your thoughts (although I’m not sure what I’d do with them). Or say some prayers for me. But it would be epic if you would sing songs of my victory over the forces of job interview.



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5 thoughts on “An increasingly rare moment of self-disclosure.”

    1. The problem with self-disclosure is you have to admit your failures. Admitting your failures may endear you to people, but it also shatters your own illusions about how great you are. I love my illusions. Thanks Tabitha! BTW we just started sponsoring a child from the Congo through World Vision. Her name is Dorcas. 🙂

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