Anyone remember that song that was about a break up? Well, it's been one week since my company broke up with me :)
I have to say that it has been a really busy week so far. I have filled out paperwork, updated my resume, gotten happy at several happy hours, taught Sunday School, made lunches for the homeless, hung out with friends, watched TV, waiting for a phone interview, cooked (but haven't cleaned yet), and have made dentist plans and lunch plans with friends.
So far life has been so busy, I don't know how I could have a job! I am really feeling good about life at the moment. I think that my short stint at the last company is a stepping stone for something bigger and better. One of my friends said to me just after the announcement, that I was ready to bounce now, but if I had stayed in my last job, I wouldn't have been ready to bounce. As I've been preparing for the next steps, I can see the tremendous amount of growth that occurred over the past four months and am incredibly grateful for the opportunities I had. Perhaps my time there was indeed done and now the next steps will be far greater than what I had envisioned.
I can only praise God for these things since He has been incredibly faithful to me and when one thing has ended has only brought me into bigger and better than what just was. I praise Him.
As I said at one of the happy hours with former co-workers - My boss is a Jewish carpenter and the CEO of the biggest company in the world. Why should I fear the loss of a human boss when my spiritual boss will always keep me employed!