Please Hire Me

My hope is profuse,

my prayers are many,

my dream of achievement and happiness is vivid.

I strongly desire to obtain the new bank teller job

I interviewed for yesterday.

Please say a little prayer for me

to help me in my quest to obtain my new job.

The hours would great.

The pay is much more.

My ability to reach the monetary limits set be social security disability are achievable.

The job has my name on it.

The job is mine.

I want it.

I need it.

I would have a consistent schedule and hours,

which would be great to help maintain good mental health.

The people I met and interviewed me were very friendly, positive and kind.

I pray they liked me.

I pray I interviewed well.

I pray they want to hire me.

I pray the job is mine.

I need a job that is more professional,

something I can be proud of myself to have.

It will be a new challenge I look forward to.

The job has my name on it.

The job is mine.

I pray they realize that very soon.

I pray they make the correct decision and hire me.

Please, oh please. I pray. I pray. I pray.

Please hire me.

Oh, please pick me. Pick me…

Thank you in advance for hiring me.

Thank you, God.

My fingers, toes and eyes are all crossed,

which will may make it very difficult to work today,

hehehe hahaha…

but I want that new job.

I pray it is what God wants for me, too.


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6 Comments

    1. Thank you Barb. I am nervous about it. They once said it would take ten days to do background checks and then said later that they should know by the end of the week, which would have been two days after my interview. I would love the job and I am nervous about it. I guess it is out of my hands and all I can do is pray and be patient. Thank you for your kindness and encouragement. I appreciate it greatly. Hugs, Sue

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