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Re: OT-Andrea News
  • Subject: Re: OT-Andrea News
  • From: Theresa G <tchessie@gmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 18:22:57 -0800

That is fantastic!  Big hug and congrats : )
I finally got a winter garden planted last week, after finally
replacing the rotten wood around the raised bed and expanding it
significantly with gardenwall block.  Better late than never.  Now if
I can keep the darned white-crowned sparrows from thinking it is their
own personal salad bar!

On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 4:30 PM, andreah <andreah@hargray.com> wrote:
> So it's all about me for a minute-I have some news that to me is absolutely
> fabulous.
> I was offered (and accepted) and job today with a company I worked for
> previously out of VA. It's a very long story so I won't go into the boring
> details. As of Feb 22 I will be working from home, with trips to VA probably
> once a month. I was offered a nice increase, and it's back working with
> people I've missed and care for a great deal.  It will also be a pretty
> challenging position-we are working on making things easier for our military
> members, both active duty and veterans and their families as they transition
> out of the service.
> It is something I'm passionate about and am sooooooooo excited for this new
> experience.
> While I have enjoyed my work with the USMC, it's time for a big change and I
> gave my notice today.
> When I do travel to VA, I will be staying with a friend who I am close to
> and is also a dog lover so the dogs will go with me, which is like a dream
> come true!
> It still feels very surreal-I've been waiting for this for months and now
> that it's finally happened it just hasn't sunk in yet.
> The great thing is, for the rescue it means I'll be traveling up and down
> I-95 quite a bit so maybe I can help out more often. While I realize that's
> not really that close to Charlotte, at least I'll be in the same state for a
> few miles. LOL!
> Happy Friday everyone!!!!!!!!!!
> Andrea
> PS-Also getting a new laptop and Gina maybe I can get me some Photoshop!
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