One of the hardest things about losing my job is that my last day isn't until January 31 and since I know it's over, I'm kind of ready for it just to be over. Thursday was my last day before Christmas holidays, and walking out of the office felt like walking out of school. I haven't felt that exhilarated sense of "look at all this time I have!" for years. Of course, the odd part is that I know it's Christmas, but it feels like summer vacation. Because it is summer. Christmas in Summer, I'll never get used to it.
Yesterday, I sat in bed all day and watched videos on you tube. All Day (ok, well I broke to watch Ellen on TV and to go to yoga...but seriously, it was a commitment). It was joyous and luxurious.
I also read everyone single comment that you left on my blog - thank you so much for your kind words and support for the Big Thing. Each one gave me the warm and fuzzies. Ya'll are the best.
What have I got planned for the rest of the week is Christmas with Inspector Climate's family, followed by camping in the National Park that they camp at every year. I'm really excited to get out of the city - in fact I can't wait to be surrounded by trees and nature again. I miss it.
I also plan on doing some job applications, nothing says "holiday" like the words "job application." One of the applications is due on the December 28, which I think is kind of cruel actually - it's a job that might actual put my film minor to use! I never thought that would happen.
I'll be scarce around these parts, as we had out into the wilderness for our camping trip.
Lovely friends, have a spectacular holiday season! I wish you all the very very best.