Wednesday, September 12, 2007

So I guess my coworkers are actually going to miss me. Or they're really happy I'm leaving, lol. On Monday night, my HBA cohort and her sister made spaghetti and garlic bread for lunch for everyone on third shift in my honor, and they also had gone around and gotten everyone to sign a farewell card and also a baby card. And they collected donations from people too and got me a gift card. To the tune of $100! Wow. I don't think we've ever raised that much for someone who was leaving before. Pretty crazy.

I'm glad to be leaving, honestly (tomorrow, Wed, is my last night). Sure, I'll miss a few of the people. And I'll miss my employee discount. But I've been sick of that job for a long time now; the only things I enjoy about it are working with my HBA cohort and reading on my one-hour lunch break.

It's a little scary, though, to be unemployed for a reason other than moving away. Not that I fear for our financial stability, cuz Cowboy makes enough to take care of all three of us if we just tighten our belts a bit (most of which will happen automatically when I stop driving 40 miles a night and paying $3+ for gas). It's more like, whoa, I get all this freedom suddenly? I don't have to punch a time clock and be accountable to a boss? It's kind of like when I graduated from college, actually. Sort of a big blank space ahead of me.


  1. Ahh I was wondering how you would take care of the baby while working. I'm sure you won't miss the job. :) Might be interesting though since Larry works at night, or is that different now?

  2. I'm sure you won't miss the job. :)

    Definitely not! It's amazing how much I can get accomplished when I don't have to go to work ;-)

    Might be interesting though since Larry works at night, or is that different now?

    He still works nights for now, but you know how babies are -- for the first couple months they generally sleep as much during the day as they do at night, so it doesn't really make much difference.


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