I was so nervous beforehand, I thought I was going to wring my hands to death. I barely slept for more than 5 hours last night, and I almost forewent any breakfast due to nerves. Last year's experience was so traumatic, I seriously considered not going through with this a few times. I know I had a number of people praying that I could remain calm and focused, and I could certainly feel the effects of those prayers. I was unusually calm when I finally got there, I didn't shake or stumble over my words - I felt confident. It was a radical shift from last year.
Now I get to make some revisions and translate everything into Spanish for the final drafts. Whoo-hoo. Thanks for the support/prayers.
And here's to all of my fellow Fulbright applicants. I wish you all the best with the applications and interviews. And remember to be happy you're not applying to Spain and so don't have to translate your proposal into a different language. :-)