She scanned the paperwork. This was important. She had to make sure she had done a thorough job of filling in all the answers; all the dotting her I’s and crossing her t’s. This was a big deal. If she could get this job, it would mean a world of change for her – travel, position, and a lot more cushion for bills and unexpected bills.
She walked through the doors to the receptionist and handed her the completed forms and her resume. The receptionist told her a decision would be made the end of the week. She could hardly wait.
Written for Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (FOWC) – thorough