The times, they are a changin’

There now follows an understatement of such magnitude that the person deploying it should be dragged out the back and shot. But I’m not fond of being shot, so if you restrained yourselves, I’d appreciate it.

I’m not very good with change.

Oh, I admit the necessity of it; sometimes I’ll even work to bring it about. I’m just not very good at dealing with it.

Which is why there is an element of daunt in my outlook. Or perhaps dread would be a better word. For today, I end my current employment. Where I’ve been for just shy of three years; I’ve worked here longer than I have at any other job in my life. And I then get a few days off before starting a new job. As changes go, it’s hardly gender realignment, but it’s not small either.

Oh, other things at which I’m not great: starting new jobs.

This promises to be an interesting week or two.

4 thoughts on “The times, they are a changin’

  1. I used to be like that too. Until I went to work for agencies. There’s nothing like starting a new job every week (or day) to make you realise that it’s not so terrible after all.

    Good luck with your new job. You’ll be great. I know I’d love to have someone like you as a colleague so why shouldn’t everyone else? And if it doesn’t work out and they try to get rid of you after your prob period you can always call on Ganching for help and advice.

    But joking apart – all the best for the future.

  2. There is only one thing that you can always count on in life….change.

    I’m with Nelly on this. It isn’t so bad.

    Best of luck in the noo jab.

  3. And ta muchly to you as well, MFG.

    And just because you can count on it, doesn’t mean I have to like it. Bah, humbug, wouldn’t have happened back in my day…

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