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When I wrote so cavalierly earlier I did not guess the event today would hold. What a blistering, abusive tirade. How diffcult to hear when I feel already I have lost my identity to this job. I cannot even imagine how to feel happy at work tomorrow. I wish I were faster to figure things out, but I am grateful for the events that will lead me to make a long-needed change. Three years is too long to have resisted such a change. Even as I wait for a possibility, I will begin to put myself and my things together in anticipation for the something better that may be.

Thank you, says Hedgewitch. Always a blessing. Smile.

Thank you. Smile. I am grateful for these lessons. Thank you. I am grateful for this new opportunity.

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