No, in a word. The interview seemed to go well at the time and I answered all the questions to the best of my ability, and then I was taken off to do a task, which involved designing a wee advert for a parish magazine to promote the adult education classes. This I did and managed to print it off as well.
But I have heard nothing either way so far.
Whenever we interview at the school here, we always let people know the same day whether they have been successful or not, so I was naively expecting to hear this afternoon. I am a little disappointed, I suppose.
However, I have had my first interview in over 20 years, so I am pleased to have survived that experience, and will be able to prepare for the next one with a little less trepidation.
Thank you for all your kind messages, and we are probably as ready as we will ever be for the funeral tomorrow. I know that many of you will be thinking of us and there will be a good few candles burning in our names across the world, and for that I sincerely thank you. It is good to be held in such love.
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