A) You blow off the interview
B) You accept the interview and get the job
C) You accept the interview and don't get the job
D) You hide under the blankets and attempt to break the world record for the longest nap.
Here's how the options will play out.
Option A. You will feel bad for closing the door to a possible contact and like an overall lazy person who is scared to death of change.
Option B. You will have to have a seriously long talk with your boyfriend. Is it worth it for him to quit his job and move with you? Can he get a job down there? Do you even want to live down there? Would you prefer to live closer to your loved ones? Is the salary worth putting your Master's on hold? Pretty much Option B opens up a disgusting amount of Yes or No questions that I, I mean, you really don't want to answer.
Option C. Rejection sucks. One more "No, thank you" might plummet you into the pit of despair with no hopes of return. You won't want to go get your Master's. You won't want to work on your relationship. You won't want to go to work. And your world will fall apart. (Ok- maybe that's the worst case scenario).
Option D. Where's bad?