Today was my final day at Haber. Bitter. Sweet.
I’m happy to be done there. I take full responsibility for inwardly being extremely thankless for the job, when in fact it was a huge blessing. Back in January, while I was still in Ohio, Dawn and I first talked about me actually finally working for Haber. It was news that made me dance around in my room for the first time in weeks. And then I remember within two months of moving here, I called my dad bawling. I was heartbroken, I was alone, I hated my jobs, I was stressed out and I needed to breathe.
The work at Haber was low-key enough to let me catch my breath. And after the little celebration my coworkers threw for me today and all the well wishes I received from them…I know I will never work with a group of people quite like that again.
Photos of my lovely parting desserts:
I think my little Kodak digital camera broke, and this time it is most definitely not my technologically challenged little sister Shannon’s fault. I’m seriously contemplating buying a Canon DSLR in the next two days. I wanted to get a DSLR anyways, and I should probably have one before I go to Uganda. Yeah…