Avoiding Crisis

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so we are back to square one with regards to where we are heading next.  Back to the good old bid list, but this time instead of overseas positions we will be looking at domestic assignments.

It’s been a rough few days trying to come to grips with this news and the reality of having to move back to the United States right now.  We were hoping that we’d be able to prolong this overseas living until both the kids would be in school. 

So now I have to move, buy a house, buy a car, enroll my daughter in school, find daycare for my son, and get a job.

But first, we have to find out where we are going.  I’m just hoping it’s not DC.  But it will probably be DC.  That sucks.


Written by nicolemarie

December 23, 2007 at 7:24 am

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  1. It was nice to chat yesterday. I know that the idea of DC stinks and the cost of living is high, but it really is a nice place to live with young children. For work, there are so many opportunities, so many things to do and people to meet. Parks everywhere. Great schools. So many activites for the kids (clean, convenient and memorable). Call me before you leave in a couple of weeks. You can pick my brain about Disney and I can pick yours about life here.


    December 23, 2007 at 7:43 pm

  2. Oh, no! I just read this. What a huge mental adjustment. Is this for sure?


    December 27, 2007 at 2:45 am

  3. yes holly, pretty much for sure. and it completely sucks!


    December 28, 2007 at 9:53 pm

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