I have a bit of news... news that I'm not entirely sure how I feel about.
SB was supposed to move back to the states a few months ago, but has stayed put. This means that I've been extending on my job for the last few months and with my knee surgery, I haven't been teaching so it's been lots of sitting around at really weird hours and since I had to sell my car, the days have gotten really, really long, I've lost a lot of my freedom of mobility and with SB's job changing so much, I don't know how much longer life will be static like this.
With this in mind, I decided to put my feelers out for jobs back in the states and rather quickly, I was asked for a FaceTime interview. I got all dressed up, business-like and such, and after about 5 minutes, was offered a position in, coincidentally, the school where SB and I met when we were 6-years old.
This new job would put me back on the path of teaching special ed, has good perks and good hours, but if I accept it, I will have to leave Europe and go live back at home. It shouldn't be a bad thing, but at nearly 30 the whole unmarried, childless, career-less thing is really wearing on me and moving back home makes me feel a bit like I've somehow managed to fail as a grownup (again).
Have ya'll ever been stuck in a sticky spot like this? Should I stay or should I go?
Major shoutout to The Alysia for letting me custom design these snazzy flats! I love having stylish shoes that are comfy for me post-surgery, but still look super chic! My mum has already tried to steal them from me several times!