Tomorrow morning is my interview!!! I'm so excited!
I called Friday, right after passing my test, and let the director know.
Using a program on our computer I put together a resume. That was bizarre. I work to be a humble person and the purpose of a resume is to inform your possible employer of how awesome you are. It's awkward and a bit embarrassing. We've all been in the small group where you are asked to list something about yourself that you love. I always gave a sideways glance and mumbled, "my hair?"
Unfortunately, being a redhead won't get me hired at the Y (it so should though).
I want to tell them how much I fail but am still able to maintain my weight loss due to the fact that I just jump back on track. Everything I read on google says to present yourself in the best possible light, so admitting failure probably isn't best first impression.
It's my goal to maintain the same authenticity that I strived for in Weight Watchers. I am not a beef cake waiting to win my first weight lifting competition. I'm working daily to maintain a healthy weight so I can be here long term and enjoy my family in the meantime. Surely there are those in WYCO that want to achieve the same and would appreciate the fact that I love pizza and will still eat it on occasion.
On another note, my ankle is still hurting. Last Wednesday I went for a 45 minute training run and apparently put too much stress on my left Achilles tendon. It's been swollen and sore ever since. I had a run scheduled for Thursday and went on a bike ride instead. I thought my ankle would benefit from less impact but even the ride aggravated my injury. I was due for a 3 hour 15 minute run on Saturday and I had to sit out. I spent most of yesterday in bed and had difficulty walking.
I'm not sure what this means for my run in October. I know I've cried a few times over it. It's difficult to have completed 16 of 19 weeks of training and think I won't be able to run. I've done the hardest part of the training. I've been icing, and wrapping it and it is a little better tonight. Wednesday will be a week since I ran. If it's not better by then I may have to consider a different race.