SHS 06.16.14Life gets sorted out, with help. With hard work. With perseverance. I got a job.

I’m now the office manager at Stony Hill Stables. My coworkers include horses and the humans who care for them, and it’s a whole new world to me. There’s an energy there, a very good energy. I’m back to full-time hours, and the alternate version of a weekend (my days off are mid-week). It’s been a tiring but invigorating two weeks – it happened so fast that I began working just a few days after the interview.

hat 6.18.14There hasn’t been much time for knitting, and not much energy for it, either. I have a little pile of hats waiting to be blocked, but New Job has taken the top spot on my list of things to do. I knit for a while yesterday, and almost finished this hat. It made me so happy!

After months and months of knitting every day, of designing and testing (wink-wink) and knitting some more, it felt strange to spend a day without needles in my hand. I think that I couldn’t knit while I was getting used to my new schedule, and while my brain was processing all the new tasks. Yesterday, with a big happy sigh, I picked up my knitting. I’m full again.

SHS 06.16.14aThis is the view from my lunchroom, at least in good weather. I think a little break-time knitting will fit in nicely.

I’m so glad to be busy again, to have good work to do, to be my whole self. It can only get better — my connection to knitting, my understanding of my new work world, all of it.

Oh, and I get to drive by my beach twice a day! Icing on the cake!

9 thoughts on “Cake

  1. Congratulations on your new job — in such a lovely place, too (visually and spiritually, from the sounds of it!) Blessings for a long, happy work life there. 🙂

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  2. You’ve now got one of the three best jobs in the world. Working with horses! Congratulations with many good wishes!


  3. Jane, happy for you. Sounds like a lovely job. I can feel the positive energy from you. Change can be hard work, but as the saying goes sometimes a change is as good as a rest.


  4. What a charming environment for work! It looks so peaceful and . . . alive! What a wonderful opportunity for you. The knitting will find it’s place in your new (and busy) life. Enjoy.


  5. Great news Jane! I just “awoke” from World Cup fever so I am late seeing your post.
    It looks beautiful at the farm – enjoy!


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