I suppose I just want to vent/rant with my peers here on this one. So this admin interview coming up I don't even have a date yet – although sources tell me probably the last week of Nov into the first week of Dec – and I'm just insanely incredibly nervous about it. The whole thing is a constant thing on my mind that I've been playing with. It's a bit of a double whammy for me because for one I don't feel that I interview well at all. I get so nervous and feel like I'm going to throw up – and I have on occasion afterwards. But in the other hand I don't really feel I'm qualified. My husband – although he means well – is working on my nerves about the whole thing. He keeps telling me "Just be yourself. Obviously they see some potential or they wouldn't bother with an interview". Well gee, thanks, myself is a nervous wreck. But I mean I get what he's saying...I think I'm just tired of hearing it. It's one of those things I'm obsessing over, thus so is he. We feed off each other really well which is admittedly annoying sometimes. I don't know, I've been thinking about it – a lot actually – and I want it. I mean I really want it. Sure the position itself (aka the pay etc) is appealing but at the same time if I were to get it, the challenges are going to be stacked like a bad game of poker. I've always said that I like to be challenged, I like to be put in situations where there's going to be an up hill battle in order to be successful. And moreover from that, it makes one seriously ponder and wonder about how much good you could do, if any at all. And at the same time, there's a very really consideration of what if I bite off more than I can chew? I know that on paper, the school is incredibly average. I mean yeah there's some bottom of the barrel students and some really outstanding shining stars too. But overall? Incredibly average. Sports teams are incredibly average or 'suspended' for this school year. There's some serious talent, sure, but at the same time, everything looks just incredibly average on paper. Honestly I don't know how else to describe it but from what I can tell from looking at the stats...just...average. I guess if my peers (that's you guys) have any advice you want to share, go for it, I guess.