Thursday, July 30, 2009

Big News #2

It's taken a long time to get to be able to post this, but I have Big News #2.

I have resigned my position in Portsmouth, NH, and will be working for a new company out of my home. So I will be able to ride on my lunch break, get early morning lessons, watch Brego romp from my office window and not suffer through my daily 1.5 hour commute (gas + tolls + emissions).

This also means more time for blogging, and my personal silence on this blog will be lifted. I have one more item of Big News in the next week or so, stay tuned!

But in the meantime, can I get a "Hell, Yea" for lower carbon footprint!?!?!?

13 comments:

sylvia said...

That's awesome, daun. Congrats!!!

(I was wondering about the wednesday morning dressage lesson???)

Enjoy and good for you!

Kate said...

Hell, yeah! Good for you - sounds better all round!

Andrea said...

HELLLLL YEA!

Cathryn said...

Congratulations!!!

Anonymous said...

yaye! More brego is always exciting! and i suppose that whole carbon footprint thing is pretty sweet too...

Anonymous said...

Hell-Ya! and a Yeee-haw!

I wondered how long you could manage the workload of work, commuting and the workload of growing your own food. I spent a lot of time in the garden every summer when I was a kid, and the work was never done.

on top of all that, I read here that you have the serious riding expectations of 5 times per week.

Whew. How could it all fit.

Glad you dumped the worst of it. Commuting, yuck.

SoraSoul said...

Helll Yea!!!! Congrats on more riding time!

Laura said...

Woohooo!!! Lucky you! I'm glad you have found a job with the option to work from home. What a treat for the weary office worker.

Sadly I work for the government and my boss doesn't believe in working from home...

Bev said...

Yippeeee!!! I'm a developer and have been working from home for the last 8 years. Welcome to the club. Unfortunately my horse is 28 miles away so my situation isn't nearly as perfect as you're going to have. Congratulations!

Daun said...

Thanks everyone! I am very excited!

Bev,
What type of development do you do?

Wiola said...

Wow! That's sounds fantastic! Especially that image of seeing Brego from your 'office' window :)
Looking forward to reading more Brego updates!

sidetracked said...

How exciting, I would love to be able to work from home, but working with people as a social worker could be difficult, especially when I live in a funeral home, can we say triggered! hahaha Good Luck!

Sue said...

Hey Daun! That's awesome! I'm psyched for you and Brego (not to mention the rest of your household!).