Monday, March 12, 2012

Hello, Goodbye...

I've imagined posting for a week. Each day, the topics roll through my brain. Somehow I've managed to escape opening the page and typing words. Probably because so many disparate thoughts and therefore emotions have converged in a small window of time, on such a small mind... hello, goodbye; grateful, hopeful; glad and sad...

Last week, I wrapped up my contract assignment in Somerset, NJ. While I won't miss the drive from Jersey City I will miss the people. Both projects I had were great learning opportunities for me and I was lucky to have made several good friends--people who will stay in my life despite the distance that will be between us as I move into a job in the Big Apple.

The next gig is the one I interviewed for last week. I'm 90% there, just a final reference check that must be completed. As I suspected, I conjured up a whole list of things to do (like organizing my old photos--yea, right) and won't have time to address even a fraction of them. But I did manage to get myself to a yoga class this morning, so I've got that goin' for me, which is nice..

For now, I post a picture of Manhattan. The Kitty, Not the City.




2 comments:

  1. I sometimes go a few days between postings... this last break was over a week. I wait until something's floating to the surface in my head and then start the inevitable hour-long typing/rehearsing my post. Post when you can and know that you've got a loyal audience that is always waiting to read anything you want to discuss. Love you!

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  2. @beatitiduesofmylife, thank you! i am finding myself crafting numerous posts in my head but losing them in the mix with all the change going on around me. it's alls positive change and even where there is something that pinches, it's been motivational. i aim to focus more on adding this in to a daily routine or every other day routine....just like all the running i keep telling myself i will add in!!! ah, the "shoulds" of life....

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