*big sigh of relief*
The important bits: full time, days, no holidays, no weekends, at a local health department clinic, navy blue scrubs in any style/brand of my choosing (cause that's important, hehe)
And benefits and a paycheck with a whopping $.30 more an hour than the local hospital starting RN pay. (I plan to spend that extra $12 a week on something frivolous like food. Or toilet paper.)
I interviewed for the job at the very beginning of October and I guess I forgot to mention it here at the time. Lord only knows when I actually applied for the job because I've lost track of all the jobs I've applied to in my weekly 3-6 hours of 'oh my god, what the hell, must have experience, argh, nursing shortage, my ass!' online application sessions. I was then offered the position a week later but since I had to put my two weeks in at the Sewing Gig and just, I don't know, didn't want to jinx it, I again didn't mention it here. But I start tomorrow and on Friday, I did the pre-employment screening run around of a drug pee test, a TB skin test, and filled out tax paperwork so I feel it's pretty safe to mention it now.
I HAVE A RN JOB!