As some of you might know, I left my inpatient job last year for a teaching experience that blew up in my face. Since then, I've had my issues as well as family (mom had spinal surgery and tons of pain and related issues prior to that). I went on an interview on Monday for a SNF/rehab and it went really well. They called me in for a second interview on Wednesday. That too went well and they scheduled me to come in for a shadow shift next week, on Tuesday or Wednesday. In the afternoon on Wednesday, I received a call to interview at a SNF/rehab within walking distance of my apartment. I went in to interview today and was surprisingly offered the job on the spot. They gave me paperwork to go pee in a cup and are going to start the background check and confirming my references ASAP. I'd still like to go to my shadow day on Monday because it's not like it will hurt me.I feel so silly for being in this position, feeling trapped. I liked the facility on Monday a bit better than this one, there seems to be better staffing and the orientation sounds more intense (they include IV certification and wound care) but I'd be stupid not to take the job from today, right? Sure this one isn't weekend option like the other one, but I don't really *need* to work weekends only. It's like I'm trying to talk myself out of a job altogether. In today's economy, no one can afford to be picky.Has anyone else been in a similar position and can offer reassurance? Please feel completely free to tell me that I'm silly.