Change.

I’m unemployed. I haven’t had to say that in a while. Granted this was by choice, and due to a pretty hefty move halfway across the country, but still. It’s kind of a scary thing. When I was leaving the office, I was saying goodbye to some of my co-workers, I wasn’t expecting to get emotional since I hadn’t been happy there for a long time. When I got to my favorite co-worker, the tears started flowing. Even when you hate where you work, it sucks leaving behind the people who made it bearable.

This week, my job will be to pack up our home of the last three and a half years. We dropped Calista off at the Lone Star Leadership Academy this afternoon, so we were able to pack up her room pretty quickly. With her here it was hard because she wants to keep everything. Tomorrow we will tackle the kitchen and clean up the Caliber to get it ready to sell.

I’ve completed a couple more books. I’m currently on book 30. I decided to read the Harry Potter series since I had never done so before. That’ll get me through a few weeks of reading.

It’s been 6 hours since I left Calista at camp. I’m a little lost without her, but I know she’s going to have an incredible week. I saw a couple pictures that the camp posted, and can’t wait to see if/how she documented her time away on the camera I sent with her.

Until next time,
j