Monday, April 13, 2009

Just an Update - Ready to Fall

Hey all,
I know it has been awhile... and hopefully this will be short. But wanted to update my "followers". Monday, I started my first "real" job. What a whirlwind! I am SO HAPPY to be a part of this company. Although it is not exactly what I want to do in the future, it is an amazing and blessed start in my therapy career.

I am debating whether or not to share with my employer my health history, because honestly... it scares a lot of people. But I also want to be truthful from the start.
I should really be in bed by now, but... it was a long day, and I am reflecting. "Big girl job", check! Next on my agenda is love.
I am ready.
My heart is open, and I am ready to fall in love. Or at least start dating again.
I am positive that I will LOVE this job!!!!!!!!!! It was truly God's timing. Hopefully he will find a love that is right for me next. My savior has guided me to a job that is right for me... now I just need the love that he has for me :)


Sarah said...

I was wondering when you would update about this! (yes, I'm stalking you, haha).
That is tough with what to share, and my advice (for what it's is maybe tell bits as needed/as it comes up/when relevent.
As in... don't just go in there your first day from training and tell your whole entire list of health problems, bc yeah, that might freak her out.
Not to say you blurt things... bc I would never say that... ;)

And as far as your love interest (or, interest in love, rather...): one day at a time! one thing at a time!
As you saw with this job, when something that is right comes along, it can happen fast, and not usually when you expect it.

In other words...DO NOT DATE/HAVE SEX WITH YOUR CLIENTS!! (esp. the minors, lmao)

caringcat said...

Thank you Dr. Neigbuhr. I can still see her shaking her finger and emphasizing that fact, can't you Sarah?

I know you are so right about the one day at a time thing. But I am SO impatient, lol.
Thanks for reading!!

Sarah said...

Yes. I can see her saying it, and Dr. Sadler, too. We laughed. Who would be attracted to a patient?