I made it home safe and sound. I'm done with driving for awhile. At least without air-conditioning. A fun trip, but really glad to be back, dog at my side where he belongs, and kids with their dad for the night.
They have their own rooms there, so they were very happy to stay after living in close quarters for five days. They'll miss the waterpark though.
I'm all unpacked, coffee set up for tomorrow, and watching HGTV. It's my comfort channel. I'm purposely distracting myself from thoughts of work, and how the job change will go.
First things first, I need to meet with the developer and find out the actual plan of action. Then I have to break the news to my boss. I'm not looking forward to that; but I am looking forward to this new opportunity. It feels like the next logical step in getting me to be financially comfortable again; and towards finding a way to spend my days doing fulfilling work that uses all of my skills, talents and experience. And I get to learn something new. I love learning how to do things I didn't know previously. It feels like I'm adding to a knowledge bank. The more the better.
He works on smaller properties in addition to larger multi-family (nothing as large as the projects I worked on before.) I'll learn something new, and I think he's found a genius niche.
Anyway, I'm nervous about how it's all going to go. But I'm trying to forget my nerves, and just focus in the extensive possibilities this job will bring. Everything will work out perfectly. It always does somehow. Onwards.