Monday, January 3, 2011

The Ayes Have It

Restasis, flax oil (by mouth), eye drops, eye gel, cold compresses. My eyes are killing me. My donor cells are forcing me to keep my eyes closed much of the time. This seriously crimps my style, not to mention my life.

Tomorrow, I'm supposed to go on a 5.5 hour interview for a NYC Teaching Fellows position. I have to take a math test, teach a lesson, join in group activities and have a one-on-one interview. Frankly, I don't know how I'll handle this, but will give it the old college try.

Some of you may remember that I was accepted into the Rhode Island Fellows program and that I went to the interview with extreme laryngitis. If you want to be heard, whisper. Worked for me. How can I turn this latest problem into a plus? I'll think of something.


Sue said...

Hi Patricia,

Math test - you'll ace that
Teaching - no problem
Group activities - piece of cake
One-on-interview - you'll wow them

They will want you just like they did in Rhode Island! Good luck tomorrow!!!!


Jim said...

Wink a lot. You will do great, PJ. Never underestimate a cancer survivor. Ever.

Paula said...

Man, I had great advice, but I'm sure you did not need it.

You'll always be you...that's the good news.

Any establishment will be graced by you.