A time of upheavel? It seems like it would be, and in the past it has been. With much worring, and mal-feelings. But it is different this time. I remember coming back from Mexico the year before last, the season was over at Dodge, and I needed a job. So I prayed and I went and filled out applications. None of them came back or anything. I remember praying one night before going to bed, like I normally did during that time, “God, I need a job.” I remember being woke up by my cell phone, Nicole asking me if I needed a job. That is the first time that I have ever really connected God with getting a job. Old Oak was my first God-job. And there were times when I didn’t want to work there, there were times when I tried leaving but couldn’t. I worked as a groundskeeper, a dishwasher, an area developer, a teacher, a goundskeeper, and finally a dishwasher. And now I gone. It is over. And it came at a weird time. I don’t feel like I needed to leave. Two weeks ago maybe. I really wasn’t planning on leaving, I wanted something that was part time, something to supplement my income so I could continue working at Old Oak. I was looking just to survive the winter until gold camp started again. I remember talking to Andrew’s dad about it, and he mentioned Dani was looking for someone. I asked him to ask Mona about it and later that week Mona called me for an resume. I didn’t have one so I spent the day making one. I didn’t get a call for over a week, and then it was to have an interview that same day. I went in and for some reason they hired me. I don’t know if anyone else was applying. I don’t know if I was the most qualified for the job. I don’t think I have ever gotten a job based on my qualifications. I don’t know if they had something else in mind when they hired me. I don’t know what God is thinking, but I do know is that I am apparently done at Old Oak and I am now here. I will give it my best and see what God has in store for me.