Tuesday, August 2, 2011

New Job

Overwhelmed and discombobulated.  I'll be back on the blogosphere as soon as I settle in.

18 comments:

Birdie said...

New jobs are always so stressful!

Jean said...

Really? A new job? Where? Doing what?

Olga said...

New job?? Oh, I missed something. Best wishes.

marciamayo said...

Jean, I'm kind of the site director for our primary school. My principal is the head of both of our campuses, the primary center and the main campus. I'm primarily her support system. I'm only interim, most likely for just this year and then I'll either retire or go back to teaching for a year or two more.

Friko said...

So that's what that post about saying goodbye to a class was about? Not just a class but a teacher's job?

Whatever it is, enjoy what you're doing. You'll be good at it, I'm certain of that.

And there was I, thinking you were lounging around on the beach, reading chicklit.

LC said...

Best wishes coming your way for sorting everything out. We'll be here.

LC said...

I have missed some of your posts. In my search for the post Friko mentioned, I have enoyed and laughed my way through Birth Control, Naked Bike Riding, and the Culture of Teaching.

Arkansas Patti said...

Be brave, you will win. I have faith.

paula devi said...

i must have missed something somewhere. Breathe & then breathe again. Waiting for u to come back.

marciamayo said...

Nobody missed anything. I just found out about a week ago.

Nance said...

A job! A job! Right now, I don't think I could get hired for a thing in this world in my town, so this comment is green with envy!

Be gentle on yourself.

schmidleysscribblins,wordpress.com said...

Hurry back. I want to hear about your new job. Are you staying out west? Dianne

marciamayo said...

Nance, it's a new job with the same organization, so I wasn't really having to sell myself, which I can no longer do. The job is back in Atlanta.

cile said...

Well if you can't write perhaps we will settle for an interpretive dance expressing your discombobulation but only until you get your bearings... then it's back to lighting up our lives with you unique and humorous perspective, sister!

paula devi said...

Hi Marcia, Just stopping by to day Hiya to you. Thinking of you.

MaryB said...

Well,well - I go on vacation and all kinds of things happen.
I wish you the best. Of course that's unnecessary cause you'll be the best.

Penelopepiscopal said...

Congrats on your new adventure! Sounds like it will be an interesting year!

Wisewebwoman said...

life never ceases to throw a spanner or 2 in the works, does it. I hope you will make the most of the challenge, you must have a lot of prep on the go. missing you on planet blog....
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