The past couple of months have been a blur of concern, decisions, and changes. Isaac's parents made the leap of faith to close the c
It has been a really rough few weeks for Isaac as he has had to work on finishing things up at the office, saying goodbye to coworkers and clients. He genuinely loved doing what he did there, the variety of his position. He handled the finances, the computer networking, and he did substance abuse counseling. He had not looked for another job until now because he was happy working where he was at. So it has been especially hard seeing everything that he has worked so hard for end. Honestly, he hasn't quite been himself in awhile. Its been wearing on all of us.
But finally the light at the end of the tunnel is nearing. Today is the first day of his new job. He will be working as a level two IT support person for a company who makes/sells hardware/software for video surveillance systems. Isaac has already been able to familiarize himself with the system and is confident that this will be a good fit for his personality and his skills. It will be different for him to be working in one specialized area since Isaac was so used to being the all around go-to-guy for most things at the office before.
Also, the new hours will be an adjustment. Isaac has been afforded much flexibility while working for his parents and they accommodated his sleeping disorder by allowing his hours to be dictated by his sleep schedule. Obviously a big corporation will not make such allowances. For his week of training (this week) his hours are 8a-5p, so he left the house at 6:45am this morning! But his usual hours will be 10a-7p. Those hours were a relief in that it will be better for his sleeping issues, but it will be hard to not have him around for dinner during the week. We will all have to get used to all these changes.
We are eager to see what the Lord has in store for us in this new phase of life. We know that He has it all worked out for His glory. We're just along for the ride!