Luke came home from school excited to tell us about an upcoming project in Social Studies. He would be assigned a partner, and they would be assigned a country. Once given the country, they would complete research and create an Imovie presentation. The finale would include a feast of food made from each country around the world. Did I just hear ethnic food served at school? My smile widened and questions came pouring out: who would be his partner? did they get to pick their country? what country would he want? Luke rolled his eyes and asked that I be patient, as he knew none of those answers yet. Everyday he came home I would ask: do you have a country yet? The answer was always no and eventually, he explained that it was in fact his project, not mine (ouch).
Sunday, 30 March 2014
Wednesday, 19 March 2014
A couple months ago I started a new job, although still with the same employer, it is a different role for a year. It was one of those opportunities that land on your lap and you'd be crazy to turn it down. The role I was in already was a satisfying one, so leaving it was a tough choice. Colleagues I loved, work that challenged me, coupled the ability to go home everyday, leaving work behind me. Leaving that comfort behind was scary at first, but I've quickly settled into my new role.