i had my first interview yesterday, for an internship with a local design firm. i was very very excited (more nervous beforehand, then excited after). it went really well, and she said they dearly needed the help, so that will be great. the woman i interviewed with said she doesnt believe in the classic intern-who-gets-coffee sort of position.. so i'd actually be doing relevant things!
i emailed her later that evening (i thought of calling, but i debated past 6 o'clock, so i figured everyone was gone). i told her it had been my first interview and said something like, 'i forgot to add that i'd be great for the position - i'm excitable about design and i'd love jumping from project-to-project as you described...' etc. just a short note thanking her for her time.
do you think this was overzealous? in hindsight, it was my first interview, and there are a dozen remarks i wish i'd made, to 'sell myself' for the job. i thought about emailing again to apologize for myself, but i figured i'd already written like, .5 emails too many.
he said he loved you.