Today is my last day as an Account Executive at thunder::tech.
Which is strange as I still don't think I've 100% come to terms with the fact that I'm not going to be working there anymore. I've been a thunder::techy since 2007 which was before I started this blog, before I bought my house, before I met CK - before, before, before...
Meaning I did a heck of a lot of growing up during my tenure at thunder::tech, both personally and professionally. I have so much to thank t::t for because quite frankly, if it wasn't for my body of work and experience gained there I wouldn't have even been considered for the position I'm moving into.
And for that I will always be indebted to the team at thunder::tech, specifically their President, Jason Therrien. Actually, come to think of it, I wonder if now that I'm not going to be Jason's employee anymore he'll actually friend me on Facebook...
The next chapter of my career will be as a Vice President at Dix & Eaton, an integrated communications consultancy firm in Downtown Cleveland, where I'll be working specifically in the Customer Communications practice.
Or as I like to call it, a grown up job - slacks, pumps, blazers and all. Not that thunder::tech wasn't, but the fact that I could wear flip flops to t::t will never be lost on me.
So today, on my last day, I'm going to clean my desk, give lots of hugs goodbye and then go home and cry in my Orville Redenbacher SmartPop! popcorn because I'm sick and smart snacking is always better. (<--- See what I did there?)
Thanks again to everyone at thunder::tech, and to everyone at Dix & Eaton?
Watch out! Lzone and I are sharing an office wall after all.... debauchery should ensue.