After 8 weeks of sending out resumes, my husband got called for a phone interview for an Engineering Program Manager. Its in California, but I don't care!! I'm just so DAMN HAPPY THE PHONE RANG! Now if it would keep ringing I'd be happy
Congrats!!! In this economy that's great news. Hope everything goes terrific for you guys!
California ain't so bad Congrats!
hooray!!! i second those yippee skippees
keeping my fingers crossed.
Congratulations Jane! Good luck to you and your husband!
Best wishes! This calls for a celebration!!!
I'm glad to see someone else uses yippee skippe as well
I am very happy for you, Jane. My dad is an engineer too, so I feel like we are friends... yeah
Thats so nice. Time to go have some fun in the sun for you. Sitting at the beach and writing more hubs
Update, phone interview with HR went well she is giving the information to the hiring manager & he will be setting up another phone interview for next week!
Keeping my fingers crossed for you.
Good Stuff Jane. The surf's good there too
Where? And remember, no matter where you go, there's a whole new world of hub material just waiting to be written. Congrats on getting an offer!
Home is where the heart is Jane. New adventures, new places to see and experience is not so bad. Hope everything will work out great for you. Keeping my fingers crossed for you all.
Good luck to you, I know it's hard times. Hopefully something else will come up soon.
It is sooooo good to hear good news during these economic hard times, sending you all my best wishes!
Thanks for the good vibes! Yes it could be a new adventure. We have to weigh out all the options and consider moving 1300 miles.
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