I let it wash over me, the nostalgia, the sadness, the hope - I let myself have the "this is the last time I'll sit in this chair, at this desk" or "the last time I'll use this slightly disgusting bathroom where the toilet never flushes fully" and of course the "my last meeting of all the meetings" (seriously, we had a lot of meetings).
And now it's done. I'm unemployed.
I'm exhausted with the weight of it all. I feel like I could sleep for days and days. I'm just tired.
But I have some plans for January - Dessert Days are in the works.
I think I want to do another month of blogging every day, get my blogging mojo back and reconnect with all of you, my friends. I want to share some of the things that have been inspiring me lately (mostly you!) and I want to share some of the things that haven't been so lovely (our washing machine exploded...).
But currently, at this very moment, I want to watch comforting tv shows like Scrubs and Friends and West Wing and bathe in the familiarity of my tv friends for a while. I want the comfort of the situational comedy where the drama of the episode get's neatly wrapped up on 22 minutes and I want to remember that this is just one episode of my own life. It feels like a season finale - with a bit of cliff hanger. But don't worry, it ends well. We just have to stay tuned to for what happens next.
What's happening in your