I'm not sure how many people click over to read this from a reader, I know I never do. I'm waiting for Google to figure out how I can comment on a blog without leaving the page or loading the blog again. Yes, I am that lazy. Anyways, if you do actually come to my URL then sorry for the large puppy photo. It's a lot smaller than the first photo I uploaded. Obviously, I am not very good at this.
But Hunter sure is cute! Not so cute anymore. Just big and dopey and a jealous, jealous whore. Having a baby was hard on him. He was a mama's boy, after all.
I am totally in love with it. I have no idea how to do anything, really. But I have a week to learn it all. I mean, that's a long time, right? I can handle this. (omg) They are installing the internet here at the house in a week and I will be moving the computer, desk, printer, table and whatever else I need into Jacob's bedroom after the web is hooked up. It's very sad that just when I get used to having a place to go to work, I will be locking myself in a bedroom and working from home. I think I would have loved working at the warehouse with all the people who work there and I'm sad that it's only for two weeks. The warehouse is moving up to Fort Collins and almost everyone is working from home or leaving the business. Plus, I will really miss the cute diapers all over the place.
I keep getting hit with the awesomeness of all of this. I am working for a company that was started a few years ago by a woman I met in the library. The company is growing by leaps and bounds, from a woman making her own diapers to selling them at Target and all over the US. I am so blessed to get to be a part of it. I can't believe that I made one phone call and now I have an opportunity to be a part of a business that will just keep growing. I may only be starting at fifteen hours a week but who knows where it will go from here. I've never been this excited about a job. I've never had a job that offered so much potential for growth. Yes, I did love teaching and I'm not throwing that aside now. But I want to devote myself to this right now and see what can happen. I want to do more than just answer phones, place orders, and customer service issues. I want to see this company grow and become the best in it's field.
Plus, I'm dealing with cloth diapers all day and who can resist the CUTENESS?
I know this wasn't just luck. This was set in place for me and I thank God for it. It's perfect timing and I could not be more blessed.
The other day, I went to the store and picked up some more PJ's for Jacob and I got a huge sense of relief and pride in buying those for him. There was no stress in swiping my card because I know I am able to provide for my family. So while I can't be home with him right now, I am still doing what is best for him. I get it, Mother's Who Work Outside the Home.
Now, if you excuse me, I need to go browse Etsy for some cloth ribbon to use for the crayon rolls I am making.