We will know by the end of the week if E., my special needs daughter, has been hired for a real life paying job at a local fun spot (I don't want to reveal the exact place!).
She went yesterday to her first ever interview . So cross your fingers! Please.
In the meantime she will continue to go to school for her 5th year of high school, while spending time on her volunteer work at the rescue horse barn where she has helped for 6 years, and also volunteer 5 days a week at the memory care unit of an Alzheimer's living facility where she has helped for 1 year.
She is a smart girl who has issues she has faced bravely. I am proud of her -always.
Cross your fingers. A prayer wouldn't hurt either.
I'll keep you posted.
UPDATE: The interview went surprisingly well, but was very short which I thought was not a good sign. She did not get the job, but I am still very proud of her. It is all a learning experience anyway!