So, having escaped with my life and career prospects intact from Indonesian language training, I have moved on to professional training at FSI, specifically consular work. Many of my friends, upon hearing I had chosen the consular cone for my new job, took me aside and told me that while they valued my steady friendship, they were very worried that my personality type INTJ wasn't very well suited to counseling people, what with me being introverted and cold and all. When I explained that instead I would be at a visa window interviewing dozens of potential immigrants and visitors to the US every day and deciding whether or not they were eligible based on the law, the facts and my judgment their concerns for me were reduced on the personality scale, but they then decided my new job was well, the DMV but for Indonesians.
Who wants to wait to share the giddy of excitement of knowing you are about the receive the best gift in the world? With this news, I was still ready to share immediately no surprise there!
But the Hubba wanted to wait. Wait until things were more certain. Wait until we knew for sure that everything was going to be. Wait until their was real news to share. I am not pregnant.
But that is the explanation for why I am writing this secret post on my blog that will get posted if things work out. Or it might get lost in the oodles of other unfinished posts that I start and never finish or publish. Hence the question mark in the title.
So our story starts back in mid-April. We were dealing with the stresses of the life of an attorney. There are many things that the Hubba loves about the law. But there are many things that he does not love.
One thing that he mentioned to me several years ago that he disliked was that almost every interaction he had in his career was contentious. And it was exhausting. In addition to that, we were fatiguing of owning our own business.
If one of the perks of what he was doing was that we were becoming millionaires, the trade-off would probably have been worth it. And so in February we were feeling dissatisfied. I was feeling stuck, too. There are many really great things about living in the state we live in.
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