Wednesday, July 16, 2008

I got the job! I am excited, anxious, sad and scared all at the same time. For those of you who are reading this and thinking she applied for a job? I applied to work for the county as a Victum/Witness Specialist. One component of the job is working with victums/witness's of crime and walking them through the trial process the other component will be PR for the Prosecutors office. The job is in my degree field which is amazing and the job has many challenging and exciting components. Josh and I have been praying for this job for a long time and we knew that God would continue to take care of us with or without it. I will continue to clean Palouse Pediatrics and hopefully I will be able to continue my internship with the church. For those of you who are reading this and thinking that is too much. Cleaning the office happens after bug is in bed so two nights a week I loose a little sleep oh well. As for the internship it will go towards childcare on Sunday nights during youth group and honestly we will continue to do the things we do or more if the new guy needs it paid or not so the paid is just a bonus. A plus to the new job is that Josh and I will be commuting together. The down side is that buggy will enter daycare on Monday. The gal we will have watch her comes with amazing recommendations which gives me a great deal of peace. While at the same time I am just not excited about leaving her at all let alone full time. I am fairly certain that bug will thrive in any environment and we are praying that being around more kids who talk will help her with her speech.


Rachel said...

congratulations! How exciting and scary and fun and all of that. You are so in relationship with Christ that you know you are moving into an area where you will bless others and be blessed by them. God will take care of you and yours. go out with confidence and enjoy. God bless!

Niki said...

Congratulations on your new job! It is hard to leave the little one in daycare (I cried when I dropped off Alex the first time) but there are good things that happen there too like meeting new friends and such. :) You'll do GREAT at your new job...sounds like something right up your ally. Bless you my friend!