Thursday, July 27, 2006

I love having David home with us in the evenings now, but it's thrown our entire routine off. It's also been awful for my diet. It's going to take a little while to get things running smoothly again. It's totally worth it! David has a job interview tomorrow morning. He wanted to take a break before starting a new job, but I told him there is no harm in putting his resume out there and going to interviews. He's under no obligation to take the job. I would hate for him to miss out on a job that he would really love because he was taking a break. It will also be a great way for him to practice his interview skills since he hasn't interviewed in almost five years! If this turns out to be a job he wants to take it could mean big change for me. I'll have to tell my new job that I can't work there and I'll take over working for P.S. No other solution to our living situation makes sense. One of us needs to work there in order to keep our apartment with free rent and utilities. Even if we both found jobs that paid the equivalent of our wages and the cost of our apartment which is about $1700, the hassle of moving just to pay that much in rent wouldn't be worth it. Part of me wants him to find a job now so that we can be done with it and not have to worry about making the change months down the road, but the biggest part of me is really excited about this new job and will be disappointed if I have to quit before I even start. Originally I didn't want to think about going to the new job because of all that could happen. David told me I can't base my choices on what may or may not happen. I have to decide to do what's best now and if that changes in a month or a year I'll make that decision when it comes. All of that leaves me in a state of transition.

1 comment:

Kristen said...

I have been in a state of transition at work and it sucks. Hope things work out, buddy.