Wednesday January 11th 2012, 3:08 pm
Filed under: General

So my exitement for my new position has been tempered greatly by nostalgia of leaving my current job. Looking ahead, I will be gaining new colleagues, experiences & knowledge, but I’ll be leaving alot behind as well.

I started my job in the training department in 2004. I was combing and just stumbled on it. On a lark, I applied and got the position. I still remember the presentation I gave and the questions that were asked when I was interviewed. After my interview, I left the offices feeling ambivalent about the whole thing; I definitely did not feel like I knocked it out of the park. But I got the job and began what would turn into a seven-year career.

I am so thankful to the department I am leaving, to the colleagues who helped me, to the experiences that I had, to projects I was able to contribute to.

Each task that I complete this week comes with the sobering thought, “this is the last time I will be doing this as a trainer”. So it’s hard not to get all goopy inside and look back on the changes and events I was a part of.

Thank you SSD.

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Monday February 14th 2011, 8:32 pm
Filed under: Caleb

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Thursday November 11th 2010, 9:02 pm
Filed under: Caleb,Isabel,Sophia

My dad came by for dinner tonight. Got to meet Sophia for the first time.

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Friday August 27th 2010, 10:02 pm
Filed under: Isabel

Well, maybe not a new computer technically. I bought a new harddrive for Kristine’s old Macbook and reformatted it for Isabel to use. She loves it!

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Wednesday July 14th 2010, 10:06 pm
Filed under: Caleb,General,Isabel

Museums are one of my favorite day-trips to take. We all had such a great time (I could spend an entire week there).

Here is Caleb viewing the Bison exhibit
One of the coolest rooms was a long corridor that contained a large Fin Whale skeleton. They also had a bit speaker pumping ominous sounds into the room.
The butterfly exhibit was awesome, the kids loved it.

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