Now what?

About two and a half weeks ago I received notice that my last day at work would be July 13th. Apparently there are some budget issues and they needed to lay some people off.

At first this was a huge shock, but it was the best news I could have received. After almost four years of stress, working all hours of the day and a long commute (hour and a half to 2 hours each way!). I’AM HAPPY!

I plan to take a month or more off and enjoy myself. Something I haven’t had time to do lately. I will finally get to live life and have fun! And more time for running! 🙂

Everything happens for a reason!

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Posted on July 18, 2012, in 2012. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Funny how things work out that way. Happy running and enjoy the unexpected “vacation”! 🙂

  2. That’s a great attitude! I’m a strong believer in things happen for a reason. Happy running Wes!

  3. Everything DOES happen for a reason! Enjoy the you time! And geez, I can’t believe you put up with that kind of commute!! Excited for you and what’s in store for you!

  4. Patrick J Ciminera

    Did you run the SF Marathon on Sunday? How did you like it? I thought the course was fantastic and not too hilly as some have said. I am looking forward to your inputs for the June 8th 2013 Stampede On Stigma. I’ll email to formalize so we can trade contact info.

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