The dam has become a river.
About 6 months ago I graduated from Weber State University. I had no idea how hard it was going to be to find a job. I just assumed a bachelor’s degree automatically gave me a job. I applied to countless jobs, had numerous interviews, had several call back interviews … but nothing ever seemed to happen. I would get so close … and then everything would fall apart. I began thinking something was wrong with me …. bad breath? B.O.? horrible personality? Do I need to start wearing shorter skirts? …. then I snapped out of it and realized the Lord knew exactly what he was doing … he always does. So, I stopped worrying.
During those 6 months I had the opportunity to serve in the Young Women’s presidency in our ward …. which I loved. After so many job interviews … I felt that the Lord wanted me here in Ogden …. in this ward …. with these young women. So I stopped looking at jobs that would take me away from Ogden.
About a week before girl’s camp, I felt that I should just take a look at the “wanted ads” for Salt Lake …. and lo and behold …. there was a job available at a Health and Weight Loss Clinic. I got a little excited, but tried not to get too excited because by this point disappointment and I had become very familiar friends. I applied, got called in for an interview and received a call back that evening receiving a job offer. That call was incredibly bittersweet. Hallelujah! Finally a job! …. But that call also meant that I would be leaving my current job, leaving my awesome young women that I had come to love so much, leaving our very first apartment, leaving the ward, leaving beautiful and familiar Ogden. I admit, that I cried for about 1 minute and 25 seconds.
I begin June 28th. We will be living in Salt Lake City.
E. all of the above.
the answer is E.