We have finally taken the plunge and Hubbie has quit his job, from next week we will be officially working for ourselves.
It is a scary time and it has made our future uncertain yet again but I guess that is another example of how starting a new life in another country can keep you on your toes! I feel a little like Eldest Son does in the photo above, bracing for impact, a little out of control maybe but trusting that the end result will be ok.
We’ve done it before, when we lived in England, so we’re under no illusions of the hard work and determination it will take to make this business successful but hopefully we have learned from the mistakes we made before and this time the journey will be easier.
Unfortunately this will mean my blogging will need to take a back seat while we get on our feet but I hope to be able to balance both eventually . I guess that’s not a bad thing as it will allow me to concentrate on quality rather than quantity, there are so many brilliant linkys out there that have allowed me to try out my writing skills and explore my photography that I want to join them all but that’s just not possible. From now on I’ll have to be more selective about what I post and try to only post when I have something important to say or a photo I’m particularly pleased with.
We have interesting times ahead to say the least, Hubbie will be much happier when he is in control of his work once again and I need to remember that when I go into full on panic mode as the worrier in me takes over!
Wish us luck!