Got a call a few minutes ago from a company I applied to for a cust. service job back in June. Never heard a word from them on that position but they called today for something totally different. It's kind of one of those positions they make up as they go because they've grown enough as a business and realized they need someone to do a variety of things. She mentioned needing someone to keep track of safety regs, training for the guys, some inventory control, something about burning a metal sample to check it's quality (?)....all types of things. The company refurbishes auto wheels (rims) and sells them. husband actually worked for another company in the area that does this so I'm KIND OF familiar with the process in general. This is the first interview (aside from one at a temp agency when I signed up) that I've had so far this time around. I always think I can use practice with interviews so even if this goes nowhere, I'll get the practice! LOL But....I really need a job so I'm keeping my fingers crossed. And I figured the power of the board can't hurt! So...maybe a rattle of a bead or two and some good thoughts please? Not only for the job but also to keep me from doing a face plant when the lady takes me around the place since I have the grace and coordination of a water buffalo on crutches.