I had some revelations this week. I feel so much more confident in where I’m going and where I’ve been. After hearing about improved relationships at my old employer, I know in my bones that I made all the right moves there.
I also know that my dismissal was a fantastic gift.
Not only are politics pretty much the same where I was at (aside from the one improved relationship)… but the forecast is so much sunnier where I’m headed! My school held a little banquet for the students, staff, and area employers. It was largely intended for networking, which I appreciated. So I sat at a table with people I didn’t go to class with, and I recognized one of the women.
I had worked with her before! She was in HR at my last employer. She recognized me right away, and carried on about how awesome I was (too bad my instructors weren’t right there). She also told me that her employer is looking for a QA person, and she’d called our previous HR asking about me. She was trying to recruit me at the table!
If I didn’t want this degree so bad, I’d probably have seriously considered it… but there are many reasons why I need to just continue on.
But how utterly flattering! Not only did she remember me, but she’d asked about me!! And told my classmate I was AWESOME!
That all felt pretty good. God is looking out for me and letting me know I'm headed in the right direction. It's a good way to be.
What a great week! Easter was lovely. I have pictures to prove it. I was actually able to get a couple shots of the boys together! They aren’t super duper shots, but they’re good enough to post! They still have their name stickers on from Church… LOL.
After church and the egg hunt, we went to the park. Cosmo practiced tricks on his skateboard. Swing played around with the pooch.
Aren’t they adorable?
Sleep is for the weak
So I confess, the main reason I’m here is because I can’t sleep. My knee hurts for some reason. Aleve is about the only thing that seems to help the joint pain I’ve been having. So I’ve taken some, I’ve put my thoughts down and shared my darlings (BTW… Swing has been telling me “Mom, you are my angel darling”), the meds seem to be helping, and I better off to bed while I still have the remnants of a nice, cozy “had a glass of red tonight” sleepyhead.