Well it is my last day at work here, and it feels weird... kinda scary. I guess that they are going to take me to lunch today and bid me farewell (don't let the door hit you on the way out.) They are also going to have cake and ice cream. They must think it is reason to celebrate? I have sent my boss (the man in charge) an email letting him know what major projects I have been working on here so he can pass them on to my replacement. Yea, they have already replaced me.
I packed up my desk and I am sitting here working in an empty office, it's kind of a bummer. We are still working on getting the house sold, man that is hard work and a real pain. The housing market seems to be at a dead stop right now compared to what it was a few years back. The way I see it is there are more houses than people in Utah, BUT THEY ARE STILL BUILDING!!! Idiots… My wife tells me I am a horrible speller so any mistakes blame her, because she is my proof reader, love you honey. Anyway it is slow. I guess people have heard today is it for me and are leaving me alone. I know there is something I should be doing but I don’t know what it is… Oh well I guess I better go check my email, and see if there is anything new.
Sunday, July 22, 2007
Hi all, it has been a long time since I posted and I thought it was time to catch everyone up. I have a new job with Central Utah Telephone or CentraCom as the locals know it. I will be starting on the 6th of August and I am very excited. It is in Fairview, UT. I am not sure exactly what I will be doing, but I will be working for the ISP (Internet Service) portion of the company. I am trying to get the house sold and that is a HUGE pain in the rear. I am also finishing the bathroom in the basement that will need to be finished by closing. I'm sure it won't be sold by the time I need to move, so I will be staying with a neighbors parents in Ephraim temporarily. Otherwise, I would have to drive, or sleep in a tent. Neither of which sound any fun. Well I will keep posted with pictures of the new house, when we get one.
Posted by Eric and Andrea at 10:54 PM