Well, I was feeling really down about getting my rejection phone call yesterday for the math/social studies position. At least I got a call letting me know, huh? I thought get back on the horse and send out resumes. I got online and looked at the postings for Arkansas jobs and clicked on all the ones that were for my certification. FYI, those who are in Arkansas the site I check everyday is theaaea.org. I have found a lot of teachers don't even know this site exists. I found some that had been posted today, 5 schools. So I emailed in my usual packet of information, e.g; resume, references, AR teaching license, Praxis scores, current transcipt. I emailed those out about 2 pm today. One of the schools called me back about 4 pm to set up an interview in the morning! :woot: I, of course, said yes. I found my atlas really quick and tried to find where the school was. The school is 3 hours from my home. The principal said he found where I was from and pretty much knew how long it would take to get there. I can't believe he actually called so FAST! I know schools are looking to make some decisions quickly. Teachers are back August 8th. School begins August 15. Hope I make a great impression in the morning. Maybe this is where God is leading us. My husband and I do have gypsy blood and love to move. We have been at our home now for 5 years. This is the longest we have stayed in one place. Our 8 year daughter is not at all wanting to leave her school if I find a job somewhere else. She goes to an excellent and very rural school. Only 10 kids in all of her upcoming 3rd grade class. I am hating it for her. My 3 year old son goes to a equally fantastic preschool too. I really love their school situations. That would be my only hesitation about moving. I know people make decisions everyday like this. I am just trusting He knows what is best and what will be, will be. No matter how much I ponder different scenarios it always works out for us.