9:00 a.m.: leave apartment and drive into neighboring city.
9:35 a.m.: drop off random documents for Mr. Trillwing.
9:50: park car in light industrial office park. Take several deep breaths.
10:00 a.m.: begin bus tour of facilities related to job for which I'm interviewing. Other candidates will be aboard. Stops to include, I believe, the old city cemetery as well as other historic sites.
1 p.m.(ish): return home; change into clothes for evening interview activity.
2:00 p.m.: administer final exam for summer session II course. Spend the two hours of the exam finishing up grading student work.
4:00 p.m.: conclude exam and drive back into neighboring city.
5:30 p.m.: dinner with other job candidates, prospective supervisor (director of important city department), and "other key decision makers."
later that evening: return home, dive into books on regional history to prep for next day's interview, which consists of a written exercise, presentation of exercise to first panel, then a second interview panel.
I'm actually very excited about all this.
Current nagging thought: Where are those nylons that approximate my skin tone? Grrrrr.