Well, as I mentioned my life is never so simple. In my previous post I mentioned I was once a stay at home Mom. Best job ever but it had gotten to the point the girls didn't need me as much as I needed them. So I started volunteering at an elementary school near by and I loved it! I thought now this seems like the perfect job.Well, it must be because no one ever quits. I didn't let that stop me I started applying for Instructional Aid positions. I had quite a few interviews but they all wanted more experience. So I started volunteering in kindergarten three times a week. I then went to get certified to be a Aid substitute. The same day I was certified a friend called and offered me a job in the corporate world. I thought long and hard even though I loved the schools there was not a gurantee when and if I would get a job. So I took the job with my friend. I never knew how much I was going to love this job.
I started working there Feburary 2007 and right off the bat it felt like home. I worked side by side with two great people Donna and Anthony. They soon became my family away from home. I probably spent more hours in a day with them than my actual family. We worked so well together and we always laughed and had a great time. We were displaced November of this year. I was ok with that at first thinking I can enjoy the holidays with my girls and catch up on all my unfinished projects. Then reality set in and I realized I was unemployed. I think I took it the hardest. I have finally quit crying. I had no idea when I took this job how much I was actually going to love it and the people I worked with. I miss them everyday and I know we will stay in touch even if it's just with an email but I miss seeing them everyday.
Here we are myself, Anthony and Donna. We were a good team. I had the pleasure of meeting so many great people unfortunately a lot of them had already been displaced but a few of my favorites were still around.
Here is my great friend Tony who always made me smile. I miss him a bunch.