I've been a librarian for over two years now. I moved 2,000 miles west when I found a position I felt suited me. Now, I'm about to go 300 miles further for the job I've been waiting for since I figured out while in library school that I wanted to serve teens. I'm excited, to say the least. My official title is actually Teen Librarian, and that, well, that just makes me a little giddy. It's a bigger challenge, and it's a ton more responsibility, and I finally get to focus on my specialty rather than moonlighting for it like I am now.
This move isn't without it's downsides: I'm going to be homeless for awhile, while I live with a very kind friend and look for a non-scary apartment; oh, and I totally hate moving; but really, the thing that sucks the most is that, and yes, silly girl, I'll have to leave the boyfriend I've become rather fond of. But, we'll make it work. It's all good.
PS - If you happen to live in the greater Seattle area and I haven't already politely asked you to be my friend...um...If you have an opening for a new friend, I'd love to have a social life. Thanks.