Wednesday, September 19, 2007

my trip to NY

The only good thing about my trip was that I got to say a prayer at ground zero.

what happened is that I left my questions on the subway. They fell out of my file, what kind of luck is that? So at the end of the interview I was a little stuck..

11 comments:

dAAve said...

Oh NO!!
Some stranger riding the subway may get that job! This is terrible.
Have a good day, Lash505.

Syd said...

Things happen that we don't plan. Maybe for a reason.

recoveryroad said...

That's a bitch losing your prep. You've done the interview, it's out of your hands now.

I noticed your 'doom of the next drink' remark. It doesn't have to be that way. It isn't inevitable...

...Step 1.

Have a groovy day. :)

Christine said...

Praying anywhere is a good thing but I can't imagine being able to say one at ground zero---haven't ever been. It looks like a God shaped hole

The interview? Was the job one you might want?

butterflygirl said...

Everything happens for a reason.

Mary Christine said...

Someone else must have needed those questions more than you did. Thanks for the video.

Recovering Wino said...

I would say that things like that are God's will, as well. Maybe there is a different path meant for you.

But I know that doesn't necessarily make you feel too good when you're feeling like crap...as I have been there and been told that. So, hang in there.

Scott said...

lol dAAve... well hopefully the questions thing wont turn out to be a big deal.

Thanks for praying at ground zero!

Sober @ Sundown said...

Don't worry about it. If it is meant to happen it will, otherwise it won't.

lushgurl said...

I remember visiting NYC in 1990, how different it looks today. I am very grateful to people like you who take the time to be compassionate for others as in praying at ground zero.
With karma like that on your side He must have way better plans for you that the job you may not have gotten!
Love ya Lash XOX

sober Chick said...

Yes everything happens 4 a reason. More will be revealed to you soon. For now your perspective on being at ground zero is very pleasant.