Freaking out. No job yet. Had an interview with a temp agency yesterday that supposedly had a temp job starting Monday. After jumping through all of the hoops she said she had sent a couple resumes over and still had not heard back yet (they need several people) and we would have to meet her first--today! Doesn't sound promising and I was counting on it! This is how it has been going. I have a job interview for day treatment today. I doubt I would like it but it would be good money. There is still the possibility of the collections job--but that has a quota at about 3 months. Hopefully I will have something better by then. I am just so worried and frightened all of the time. My stomach is doing somersaults all of the time and I am just constantly preoccupied with this and near tears much of the time. I don't understand why getting a piddly job has been so damn hard! My biggest fear is missing my mortgage payment. I refinanced 7-8 months ago on an adjustable. I can refinance on a fixed mortgage with normal credit 2 years after the mortgage guy said but keep the lates to one 30 day. That still worries me. I don't want even that. Please pray this horrible money hell ends. I feel jinxed like there is just something that keeps grabbing me and pulling me down.
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