I'm resigning from my job! While resigning comes with its own set of worries (like how will I pay for my medical supplies?), the main thing I am feeling is relief. I need some time and space to get my life back, to destress and clear my head, and to start having some fun again. I was really scared to do it, but the decision has now been made, and I'm feeling at peace with it.

So, what lies ahead? I'm still waiting to find out if I will be getting a bursary to be a full-time student next year. I'll probably be moving, so I need to start packing. I'm going to try to see the endo before my medical insurance coverage ends. Christmas is coming up and I need to find a great gift for my mom. And, now that I've lost 20 kilograms, I may even put on a bikini and head to the beach!

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Comment by Kristin on November 10, 2008 at 1:25am
Hi Megan! I'm glad that you are feeling peace about your decision and enjoy dreaming about "what next"!
Comment by debb on November 10, 2008 at 8:10pm
hi megan,
sometimes you just have to take the bull by the horns and make a decision like the one you just made. enjoy your mini vacation and then you will be recharged for the next thing in your journey. best of luck and i am totally jealous about being able to fit into a bikini. maybe i can too this time next year. oh, wait a minute, that would put me into winter. how about a year and a half?

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