Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Because a certain someone....

... figured it was time for peeps to update, here I am, after many months hiatus.

Work is insane, as we're launching a new website on Monday, all the students are back to class, we're doing a major brand rollout, and recruitment season is knocking on our door.

On a completely side note, I'm back to looking at jobs down south. I have applied for a job in Miami. It's an absolute pipe dream, but I have a couple of acquaintances that work there and I've been told I would definitely be granted a phone interview (given my experience).

It would be good because it's very close to my family in the Bahamas, but we'd be leaving ALL of our immediate family back here in Canada (including all the grandparents).

It's jumping the gun a bit with all this speculation (again... you may recall I went through all this last year too), but I want to prepare myself (and my family) for whatever might come. I just can't get away from the feeling that I'm not meant to live in a cold climate.

Sigh. Otherwise, everything is going great. Work is busy, kids are busy (Maddie just started junior kindergarten this week. It's killing me to see her go off to school everyday).

5 comments:

kim (weltek) said...

I didn't realize you had family in the Bahamas, I just thought you enjoyed vacationing there. Cool (or Hot!)! Good luck on the interview. Sounds like you really would like the job.

We are going to the Bahamas this winter. It was cheap and I, too, hate the cold.

maroonclown said...

Meemo! At last, a sign that you're alive!!! I keed.

I had no idea, or didn't remember, that you had warm clime fam.

Wish I did.

*hrumph*

Puffy said...

If you get the job down South, perhaps some of the family up North will gradually move down there, too. That's how many families came to California. It just takes one family member to be the first to leave. Often, the grandparents follow the grandchildren.

meemo said...

Hey ladies.

I am alive, and well.

Thanks for popping by. Puffy, what you suggest is my hope. That if we made a move, the grandparents would follow along close behind.

That would make things a bit easier for DW to digest (though it will still be a VERY tough sell).

Puffy said...

My daughter's friend got married, moved from California to Colorado, to Washington state, and back to Colorado. Her parents followed them to each location!