Once upon a time I wouldn't have been
August-January: waited tables & catered (no health insurance)
[September: D moves to SC]
January-February: left college-hometown to join D in SC; lived off savings, tax return, & D (definitely no health insurance)
February-June: temped as a leasing consultant for peanuts & (you guessed it) no health insurance
June-August: re-hired to do marketing for the same company, still for peanuts but plus insurance, no specific idea what my job will look like next month.
It hasn't been the debt-eliminating, steady, predictable year I had planned. But somehow it's been better, if sometimes a little scary. I've learned that what I think I need to get by is never what God gives me to thrive. Fortunately, God doesn't stick to my plans. He sticks with His and continually reassures me as they play out. The interview Monday will result in a job offer, or it won't. Either way, I'll remember that if what I choose doesn't match up with what God gives me, I still have exactly what I need.