While searching the internet I came across an article about my local school district and how they were going to use their covid-19 money to buy Chromebooks for every student. Within the article, I read that one recommendation due to the covid-19 virus was to have smaller classroom sizes. I read that to my husband and told him with a chuckle that I may be able to find a local teaching job. I haven't taught in almost 10 years and my teaching certificate is about to expire. However,I search my local school districts and discovered a middle school math position available very close to home. This position was just posted May 29th however it closes June 13th end. That is less than one week until tonight I haven't really given a thought about returning to teaching this year; however, with this position so close to home I just cannot pass it up. I need help, advice, motivation, confidence-building, and you-can-do-it help with cover letter, resume building, interview pointers, and whatever pointers you have to offer? Plus, how do I get reference letters from someone I knew 10 years ago?