Things are finally starting to roll with my transfer to Northern Virginia. My company is really good about trying to make things run as smooth as possible. I said my goodbyes to my supervisors and my co-workers at my building, and definitely excited to be moving forward with my career.
Second, I am happy that Sarah is able to move too. She means everything to me and we really hit it off. It was rapid, but I suppose spending four days with her and her parents I’ve been induced as family. I am happy that I can take a girl on a date to a NHRA race and she is as content as I am. Just in case you’re wondering we’ve been interested in each other for a while now, and off and on for the past six months. Considering the mechanics of moving and how complex it can be – it will work out for both of us. Maybe not at the same time, but it will.
I’m expected to depart from Tucson sometime next week and get into the flow of things in VA and be reporting in for duty on the 15th or so. My new manager is very flexible and lets the owner of me take control. I appreciate that. The management style I’m accustomed to was strict adherence to time and they tell me what to do. This time around, it operates on a task-basis. She’s also very content with my flexibility thus far and heck, I’m glad she still talks to me from all the E-mails I sent her back and forth. I guess thats the cost of getting someone 2,398 miles away. All is well, I’ll be there, I’ll do well, and I will enjoy what I do. 🙂