Just wanted to let you know that I was recently contacted about a full-time position teaching at the photography school that I went to in Dayton, Ohio (OIP&T-Ohio; Institute of Photography and Technology). I was already going to a workshop with Audrey Woulard in Chicago, IL, so I was able to interview on the way there and 2nd interview on the way back. As soon as I got to Tennessee the school called and we worked out a deal, so I will be moving with the truck on Friday October 3rd. My great friends came over and packed my apartment for me while I finished up my photo shoots on the computer. It was shocking how many people offered to help and actually showed up and did a great job. I have a few days now in the middle of the week to think over how I am going to deal with the business and catch up on my bookkeeping and then Michelle and Steve (best friends) will drive down from Ohio to help me drive my Jeep up and I’ll drive the truck. For those of you wondering why I didn’t get a car dolly…the answer is: they don’t make one for my Jeep. I start on October 6th and I will be teaching Camera Skills, Candid Wedding, and Fashion this quarter. I will teach a variety of classes throughout the year. I will also work part-time with a couple photographers in the area on the side. I’m not sure how I am going to deal with moving my business, but I am not really worried about it. God has had his hand in this every step of the way. Now I can see all the different things He had in place to make this move so smooth. I shoot weddings out-of-state anyway, so this won’t be much different. I will still be able to do everything pretty much the same as if I were here. I had my going away party last night and I have had several people stop by to say goodbye, so I feel like I am really leaving now. I’m sure it will hit me after I move that all this has happened, like it did when I moved to Tennessee. My first night in Tennessee I thought…What have I done?Everyone knows that I have always seen myself somewhere else, so maybe I will have more time to have fun if I don’t take on a lot of part-time work. We will see.