As I mentioned previously my job this summer was really really stressful. Besides orchestrating the daily happenings of the 80 campers, 32 employees, and countless volunteers on a weekly basis (as well as dealing with catastrophes on a daily basis, like the noro-virus being spread around, campers throwing up all over me, and campers screaming obscenities at my face while trying to hit me), I all of a sudden got caught into the politics of the business aspect of the job. I realized how lucky I was to get that job in Cleveland, a job that recognizes, appreciates, and values their employees. A job that I absolutely loved and even though there may have been hard days, I absolutely loved those babies and my co-workers. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't miss sharing stories with my friends around the lunch table. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't miss holding those babies and having toddler play group. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't miss joking with all of the people that I saw on a daily basis. I know that I made the choice to move here, and I know that I needed to be here in Utah for a reason and despite the hardships of my job it has taught me a lot... including the need to be happy at your job.... So there are some plans in the works.... it is too early in the planning stages to divulge any information but it will give me goals and a purpose for at least the next 4 years, and I am finally excited about something for the first time since I graduated college.