Well that's it. Done. And done. I've packed my bags. Literally. Twice. Today I finish a job I have been in for nine years. I was still at university when I started so to finish today is definitely a defining moment in my life. As you may have figured, I'm not one for change. But, I often picture 'where I want to be in life' and it's different to where I am now and I realise its not as easy as just 'waking up one day in that different life' - there is transition, there is change, there is jumping so far out of your comfort zone that you can't even see its boundary when you look back. So this is one of those moments, when I say "thanks for the memories" - the good and the bad, to take on board the lessons learnt -the easy and the hard way, and say - onwards and upwards. I'm ready, I'm strong, I want to take on the challenge and make the most of every opportunity that will come my way in a new role I have accepted elsewhere. BUT, before I do that I'm off to Melbourne (the second lot of 'packing bags' - see first sentence of my sermon for the little analogy I'm referring to...) for some serious "Kimberlee days" and to hang with some of my favourite people and oh, what the hell - do a spot of shopping!
Catch you next week beautifuls xx