Saturday, February 20, 2010

Busy hands . . .

Still no word on the job . . . but I just heard about the job -- I was a finalist of about 3 people (there were a huge number of qualified candidates). I did not get the job, but the interviewer was very gracious and said that I had been a very strong candidate. So, . . . if that was not the ideal job I am supposed to have, what is it? I am waiting upon the Lord here.

I have been keeping my hands busy to take my mind off the anticiaption. Here is what I have been making.

They will eventually end up in my Etsy Shop but if you see something here and want to buy it NOW, let me know.

In a few days I will celebrate my 100th post. I am thinking of some special way to celebrate it, like a giveaway or a swap or something. So come back often, tell your friends and your blog readers.


Cindy said...

Hi Emanda
Looks at all of these pretty earrings! They are all so pretty....and will become favorites in someone's wardrobe soon I bet. I wish you the best...the waiting game is just terrible, isn't it? It's been a long time since I've gone through it myself, but I do remember those days. I hope you get some good news this week!

Regina said...

Stay strong, Emanda. He has a plan for us all. Congratulations on your 100th.

SummersStudio said...

You know what they say about idle hands. Aside from that, staying creative and busy is very therapeutic. I am very sorry to hear that you did not get the job. My take on this is that there is something even better on the horizon. Many blessings and you are in my thoughts.

Anonymous said...

I am soooo sorry that you did not get the job. Those Espitcopal prayers usually work wonders. But don't lose faith stay strong and remember Mama's favorite scripture! All things work together--------an all is all

TesoriTrovati said...

I am so sorry that it didn't work out Emanda. It is very good to be considered at the top, though. I am thinking of you.
Enjoy the day!