31 May 2019
Charlotte and Josephine cleaning after the move.
Mom and I finished off the kitchen. I didn't take many pictures; it was just work.
I had been looking for a new job for a few months. Well, more like a year, probably. It's frustrating when you know you aren't a fit where you are, but, you have to find another fit while doing the job you have. I went on a dozen interviews - I knew I nailed some of them. That's another frustrating feeling - thinking you can do the job, liking the people you meet, knowing you will be a good fit; then, though, you don't get the job. Well, now I know why - I didn't get those other jobs because the one I DID land just rocks. I'm grateful that the others rejected me. I'm with Coon & Cole, LLC now and this is where I belong.
My new office is about an hour away from our old house. We are still on the Eastern Shore, just more south now and in a considerably larger town. The ladies love that there's a Chick-fil-A and a Target within ten minutes. I like having a Michael's and a variety of grocery stores.
Moving is work, though. Mom was an angel - very helpful in every stage. Packing, purging, cleaning, unpacking....on the day of the move, we had Eric and Abbey, with Jimmy, Kerry, and Jason - more from Abbey's family - plus Robbie, Samantha's friend and Matt, too - just giving up a Saturday. So wonderful.
I know Josephine misses her friends; Charlotte misses her job and I miss our big yard and corn field neighbors. We are in Easton now, and we have neighbors and a little airport across the way. A big difference. But, I love my job, the schools offer more and the doctors are all here.
With this move, too, Samantha left us. She's now in Fruitland (south of Salisbury), living with Rachel and Matt. She's working full time and adulting just fine, even though she would rather be ten and a homebody again.