On this day 8 years ago I made the decision that would change my life and my family life forever. I had left the only "professional" job I had ever known, my safe spot, and what I thought at the time was my dream job with the Ottawa 67's. I remember September 22nd, 2007 like it was yesterday. I had gone into the office, and was going to bite the bullet. I walked into the president's office and resigned...one week before the biggest night of the season, but I just had to leave. I said that I was going to go back to school and see where that lead me. Inside I was scared, afraid yet relieved. My dream job was becoming work for me. I had just recently gotten married and the life style of working for a sports franchise just wasn't what I could do for the rest of my life. I had met some of the most amazing individuals and friends one could ever ask for. I was involved in so many incredible events that I felt there was nothing more to challenge me. Going back to school was going to be the challenge I needed.
I registered at the University of Ottawa for the winter semester and started out on a career path that I never thought could be so rewarding. Over the last 8 years I have met even more incredible people, experienced so many unbelievable opportunities and been challenged professionally and personally beyond my wildest imagination each and every day.
So thank you Facebook, for giving me the opportunity to reflect and be grateful for what the last 8 years has brought me.