I gave my notice at work today. I will be leaving the print shop at the end of October. I had to wait until I could talk to my boss before I could tell anyone anything.
John and I are moving. Not just to another house, but to another town. For anyone familiar with British Columbia's west coast, you'll know the Sunshine Coast and the town of Gibsons. That's where we're headed. It's about half an hour or so north east of Vancouver, about 3 hours closer to my family than we are now.
Beginning in November, John will be the new general manager of a restaurant, Molly's Reach. This is what we'll see every day...
And this is where John will be working...
Those of you who read this blog and grew up in Canada (and perhaps other parts of the world where I understand it may still be in reruns) will recognize Molly's Reach from the old TV show "The Beachcombers".
This has been in the works for a little over a month now. This week, we made the decision to accept the position and move there. I will not be involved in the restaurant. I have no problem with that. I have every intention of finding myself another job, and with my various skills, I'm sure I won't have a difficult time.
So, there you have it. No need to hold your collective breaths any longer.