When I was offered a position at my last job, I had one (1) interview speaking with one (1) person, and I signed papers and got things done within the first week of being hired. This (potentially) new job is WAYYYY different. So far, I've spoken with TWO (2) people, on two different days, both of whom offered the position. The second guy actually told me that they'ed send me a letter that would state if I've been hired and when the orientation is and then there's the onboarding thing where I sign papers ON A SEPARATE DATE. Good lord, this is messy.
And I still have some doubts about joining the military. I have family in the military, and they've mentioned it can be tough at times. I don't have any physical disabilities, but I do have a mental one (autism) and I do have to take meds. One of them is for hypothyroidism and is required, no matter what. The other two - no, one, since my psychologist recommended I stick to just the attention medication since the third med wasn't helping - are optional and ones I can live without. These things might end up being deal-breakers, though I have no way of knowing for sure unless I try.
I'll wait until the end of this week for the letter. If it doesn't come, then I'll head over to the recruiter building and try my luck there.
Life is paradoxically coincidental to the ironical tyranny applicable to the unparalleled definition of reverse entropy.
"A thunderstorm breaks the wall of darkness." - Lyrics to Storm