interview I've ever done, but it was by no means the worst, either. (That distinction belongs to the old Lexington Community College, where I not only had to deal with using a laptop and wireless mouse for the first time, but I actually was late because I ran out of gas on the way.)
I did get a little vaguer in my examples as time wore on, as it became harder to remember specific, certain situations in customer service that I'd handled, but I thought we had a good rapport. I really hope this goes to the next level, and not just because I need a job. I want this job because I want to work with this clientele and with the librarians and other personnel there. Everyone was so welcoming, too.
At least I did calm down before going in. About an hour and half before my appointment I was in a very nervous state, and I was freaking because I'd left my medicine at home and didn't feel I'd be at my clearest. But I decided that really, the interview was going to be conducted by fellow librarians, who are generally nice people, and likely will not bite or growl at me. So I just remembered to breathe and went in very calm.
Tomorrow I'll send out my thank yous. Please keep your fingers crossed for me and think good thoughts.