Well, not really. First of all, she’s not a witch and secondly, her health is fine, but I’m leaving my horrible job and my horrible boss and moving on to a different startup that is founded and run by people that I know and respect. It’s a massively good thing and I feel like yelling something upbeat and, “Ding dong the witch is dead!” feels about right.
The past several months have been difficult for me. The only time that I have made for my blog is to answer the direct questions of readers who email me directly. I need to do better than that, and now that I feel like I have a little more mental and emotional capacity, I plan to do just that.
I’m skipping Nanowrimo this year, and because I’m starting a new job and there are other life changes in the works that require my attention, I’m probably not going to really make any major commitments to writing or anything else in the short term, but this is massively good news for me and everyone in my life.
I’m beginning yet another new chapter – and this one feels really good. New places, new expectations, and a chance to start again where I’ve not been ‘outed’ and can be seen for the merit of what I know and do instead of what I do in my private life.