Thank You, Xanax!

That makes me sound like a major druggie.  Well I had my big two-hour interview with four managers today, which actually was two hours and twenty minutes but who’s counting?  ME!  It was a fucking marathon!!!  I studied yesterday and all morning today and then right before leaving for the interview, which I was very nervous about, I took half of a 0.25 Xanax.  Man, did that do the trick!  I was able to calm down and answer their questions with a clear mind and I didn’t have any brain freeze!!!  Wow did it make a big difference!!!  I sound like a Xanax salesman don’t I.  Well after my nightmarish interview where I froze up several times, this was quite a change.  Things were very positive, I answered questions calmly and succinctly, and overall it was a very pleasant experience.  WHAT?!  Yes it’s true.  So THANK YOU, XANAX!!  I’m not going to take it for every damn occasion, but dayum!  In those extreme cases when my head is about to explode, it’s nice to know I have the option.

I am going to sleep well tonight, knowing I have done all I can to get this job, including writing thank you notes to the interviewers.  It’s all in the Universe’s hands now.  I feel good about things.  Sleep well, friends!  Peaches!

7 thoughts on “Thank You, Xanax!

  1. You do NOT sound like a major druggie! That’s exactly how I felt about Xanax for a long time, and also about Seroquel when it helped me with horrible insomnia and I was able to fall asleep.

    That is SUPER-awesome that Xanax helped you breeze through the marathon interview and that you wrote thank-you notes to the interviewers. That’s a lost art and hell, for that ALONE they should hire you.

    They’re so lucky to have a person like you willing to work for them.
    So even though I sound like a croaky frog, I’m going to put out a special
    PRAYER to the UNKNOWN ANGELS, all 144,000 of them(!) for you to be offered the job! Cause dammit, you deserve it!

    • Thank you so much, DyDy!! Please say special prayers today. I am in a financial panic. My bank account is going low and I need to get groceries and I’m afraid to spend money without knowing when more will come in. It’s making me CRAZY!!!! I feel like throwing up. I don’t know how I’m going to get through this!!!!

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