I’ve been a little M.I.A lately that’s because I’m a working girl now. Remember a few months back when I was talking about “The Joy’s of Job Searching” Yeah me too. 🙂
So let’s have a little catch-up, should we?
In the months leading up to my conclusion of my job hunt. An important person that I was close to passed away. So I needed a break to focus on my grieving. So I took a break from searching to have a few days to process the loss in my family.
Within that few days the job that I was seeking open up. I didn’t know what to think. I just thought back to a few months ago when I wrote a blog post about “When You Stop Worrying Things Change.” In my case, it took the loss of my loved one to get me to sit back wait.
I believe in faith and I believe there is something higher than we all can see. I was stressed about finding the perfect job when my perfect job found me. I had no idea life works like that but it really does.
It was a blessing within a loss that gave me the courage to keep fighting in the end. What I didn’t know was that this job opening was going to help me cope. It kept me on go so I didn’t have time to think about my loss.
Every single day was something I needed to do to get ready for this job. I was running from the time it opened to the time I finally picked up my work ID. It kept my mind in line. It didn’t stop from thinking about my loss. It helped me not go into a depression that would lead to me sorrowing in my grief.
Now that I’ve told you what I’ve been up to.
Let’s fast Forward to February 2, 2018, My first day of work. I love what I do and I’m thankful for what I’ve been through. I would love to have my loved one back and share the happy news about getting this job. For some reason, I believe she knows about it already.
Here are my thoughts you don’t have to be a believer to see that some blessings come with heart-wrenching losses. Sometimes those losses can teach you just how strong you are. My loved one is gone but I know for a fact she would be proud.
So until next time friend, Take a break and reflect on life’s true blessings,