WHAT a lush day it is, here in the North East, today. It’s currently 25 degrees, by far the warmest day we’ve had so far, this year. My summer clothes have finally made an appearance too, which is a bonus, as they eventually came creeping out of my wardrobe this morning.
SCROLLING through Facebook at approximately 10.30pm last night, I came across a post which started with: ‘Not again’. Immediately, my first instinct was to switch on the news. Backing out of my Sky planner, there was a headline breaking on BBC One – “Terror Attack”. My heart sank with heartbreak, sadness and fear. What is this… Like the third attack which has hit the UK, this year alone? I sat watching my TV in utter shock and disbelief… When is this going to end, I thought!?
SO HERE I am, one week down in my new job, and the good news is, I absolutely love it, and I’m thrilled to finally be able to say that. I’m also thrilled that I can finally enjoy my days off work without worrying about the next day, and I’m buzzing at the thought of waking up on a morning and not dreading the thought of going in.
RIGHT now, I am feeling a mix of emotions, but mainly, it’s nerves. Today is the day I start my new job. Now since leaving Fusion, just over 2 weeks ago, I originally started off in a mortgage company, where I spent one week only. Unfortunately, that didn’t turn out to be how I expected, and it wasn’t the role for me. Therefore, it is now time to move on again, and start something new for a second time this month. Today, will be my first day as an Internet Marketing Assistant. Now as well as feeling super nervous, I’m also extremely excited – I am finally going to get the chance to put my degree to use… WOO!! Right now, I am just praying all goes well and I really hope the people like me (he he).
Wish me luck!! 🙂
“YOU have been evicted, please leave Fusion House”. At that moment, a wave of emotions came flooding over me… sadness, happiness and worry. That day, I was saying goodbye to my Fusion family, a family I had spent the last two years with – it was so surreal. After awaiting almost a year for the day to arrive, that moment didn’t feel real, I felt like I was living in a dream.