And then my face did this
Is this real life?
Fate. I'm telling you, it's some serious stuff.
So I met with the CEO (wha?) on Tuesday for brunch and she was awesome. It was the most laid back, comfortable interview I've ever been on.
Probably because I knew that I really did have a lot to offer this company and that I was actually qualified to do what they were looking for.
So, I was hired!
Yesterday I met with the CEO again along with the President (I'm important) and the marketing team leader.
I can't say enough how nice everyone is and how welcome I felt.
They immediately made me feel like I was a part of their team and I can't wait to jump head first into the ideas and tasks they already have for me!
So by now you're probably thinking 'oh Sarah, that's great, but I just read all of this and you haven't said what exactly you'll be doing!'
Okay, fine, pushy readers...
My official title is Lead Event Manager and I'm working for a company that specializes in event planning for Oil & Gas professionals!
Which, if you know anything about Houston, know that you can't go anywhere without running into someone who works in the industry.
We (ahhh I said we) put on events such as golf, fishing, and skeet shooting tournaments along with happy hour socials and anything else you can imagine.
Pretty sure I enjoy all of the above things I mentioned.
Does the good Lord answer prayers?
Oh and best part:
I get to work from home 2-3 days a week.
Okay, okay... I'm done.
I just wanted to say thank you to everyone for the encouraging words these past couple of months. Job searching is nothing less than awful, and I'm so lucky to have found something that I will actually enjoy!
I hope you all are having a great Thursday! It's raining here like I've NEVER seen... I mean, the bayou is flooding by my house, and I didn't get to watch any of my morning shows because the weather news has taken over.
Guess it's time to get out the canoe...or just switch the channel to Bravo.
Some things never change.