But man, I never expected it to be this hard. It's not so much the act of quitting and moving on to something new, putting in my two weeks was simple. But man do I hate goodbye's. And I worked there for three years, even though it's generally only a job for high schoolers I still worked there into my sophomore year of college. I ended up getting comfortable which I know is never a good thing in life, you should always be willing to push yourself to the next level. This sounds comical but it didn't really sit in until it was announced that I was quitting and everybody wanted hugs or handshakes... I seriously almost burst into tears lol. It kinda made me realize how I was at the top there and just how loved I was.
It's hard because of all the memories that are coming back to me. I've grown so much as a person the last three years... and some of that can be attributed to work. The first time I walked in that building to be trained, I saw a whole dining room full of people and just got scared and didn't know how it was gonna go. But the job really broke me out of my shy personality. Not to mention all the stuff I've gone through just in that time period such as multiple heartbreaks or bad situations. I've grown so much as a person these last few years. I still remember early in 2010 where I had to make multiple girl blogs on here because I had no idea how to deal with my problems haha . But through all of this, I've grown and still have a long ways to go... but it just feels hard to leave where you came from.
This isn't anything big for others who have done this before, but for this being my first job where I ended up staying much longer than expected... it's hard.
I am excited for my future though and I'm excited to get off to a new start at a new place. I'm going out of town this weekend to go to a basketball tournament, which will hopefully be a great way to get my mind off of things and allow me to relax a bit, and then starting on Monday I will be working for a completely new company, a new boss, in a completely new environment.