How to keep this short? I don’t know if I can so please bear with me.
After MANY conversations, sleepless nights, prayers, flip flopping back and forth, tears, and more discussion I have decided to leave my role as office manager at Allen Birthing Center.
If I was really going for short I would just leave it there but I can’t.
I can’t just walk away from a piece of my heart without saying a proper good bye.
For over four and a half years this has been my home away from home. This has been my life! Sometimes we don’t know why we are called away from something we love and this is definitely one of those times. I honestly have no idea what I’m doing next and that is terrifying.
I cannot say thank you enough to everyone who has been on this journey with me. Saying goodbye to all of the clients is by far the hardest part. It has been an honor to serve you all during such an important chapter of your lives.
This building, this business, these people, are magical. I know it sounds cheesy but I also know the clients agree and totally understand I’m not talking crazy 😉
Getting to walk into work every day in the place where my daughter was born is indescribable. She just turned 5 and still when I give a tour of the birthing suite it takes my breath away. It is something I know many people in the world do not get to experience in their work place. It is a feeling I will miss immensely.
I have made friends, I have learned valuable lessons, I have served, I have been humbled, I have witnessed the miracle of life, I have been tested, I have witnessed heart break, I have grown, and I have become a better person.
All thanks to Allen Birthing Center.
I truly believe this is not the last time you’ll see me around ABC. I don’t know when or in what role but I think I’ll be back. And if my thinking is wrong then at least this will be true: these 4+years have been and will forever be some of the most important and influential years of my life.
Sincerely and with all my heart,