Employment found, wrist healed

A few years ago, after teaching school part time, I found it necessary to get full-time employment. The principal at the school where I was employed said he would have a second-grade class opening the following year, and that I could have the position. It would first be necessary, however, to go through the application and interview process since I didn’t have a regular, full-time, contract with the school district. 

The interview process was far from what I expected and I regretted not having prepared with prayer. There were hundreds of applicants like myself circulating from table to table in a large room where district personnel and principals fired questions at applicants. (The principal at my school was not part of this group.) A week later, a rejection letter arrived. I was devastated, and also upset at what I perceived as a betrayal by the principal. I was further concerned since it was the end of June, and in May I’d declined my part-time contract.

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