Thanks everyone for your prayers regarding my job interview. The company that I interviews with is called CNS Network. They research new drugs, called smart drugs for psychiatric patients. It went great for the most part. I do have a lot of experience working win the health care professions and a number of years experience working with Psych Patients. I give a phenomenal interview. I mean I was really impressive. I had all the answers. The one drawback I was told was my lack of experience with venipuncture. I was comfortable and confident. I looked good (by that I mean to say I looked good for me.) I did my research. In addition I believe I was the only applicant that brought a portfolio with me. My portfolio was also very very good and I know it. What director said was that they were going to interview about 15 people in total and that call back three or four to test their abilities at venipuncture. I played off like I know what I was doing in spite of my limited experience. The one think that kind of made me uncomfortable was almost every patient in the waiting area, (about ten of them out of 12) were very heavyset back people. It can be very difficult to locate an appropriate vein on heavyset people. Also, It is hard to see a vein because of their dark skin. That is not an issue that you can use for a defense in not hitting the vein because actually it is something that you need to do almost exclusive by pupation of the site. These are just my observations and it does not in any way mean that I will be called back. However, If God wants me to, have this job I will have it. I hope he does want me to have it because it is the experience that I need. Thanks again for your prayers.
I also wore the white cord of St. Joseph under my shirt.