My Big News!

Its been fun seeing all your guesses on last week’s clue posts. Jhadira Godoy and Kaitlyn Jacques got it right on clue number two, and Kim was on the money with the first clue. Ready for the announcement?!

As you’re reading this, I’m sitting on a plane headed for… Thailand!!! Andrei and I are finally going on our honeymoon, and we’ll be backpacking around Thailand and Cambodia for a whole month! 
We got married back in August, but my back surgery and Andrei’s dissertation put the trip on hold, but I think it’s even more exciting now that we’ve been anticipating it for so long!
If you’ve ever been to Thailand, I’d love to hear your stories and recommendations! In the meanwhile, you can keep up with my adventures on Instagram (@shrimpsaladcircus).
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    And the little resort towns are cute in the south…have fun!!! Eat boiled corn on the corners and avoid the fish….the fried rice is best the fewer chairs there are at the “establishment”. Buy a bag of bones for the stray dogs and hit the night markets as well as the day markets….HAVE fun!!!!!

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my big news

My Botoxed lips and kind heart, immortalized in magic marker…



Okay, that title was lame. A total understatement. Ridiculous, really. Know why? 


Because it’s not big news. 

It’s positively massive news. 

Just in time for summer camp to draw to a close, I have a big-girl job! That’s right – in just 10 short days, I will begin work in development (fundraising) and volunteer coordination for a junior college system!!! Grad school paid off, and I can’t even tell you guys how happy I am! 

I can’t thank you guys enough for all your kind words of support and encouragement the past several months as I wrapped up grad school and worked my way through thousands (okay, exaggerating…) of job applications. You’re all wonderful, and I think I’ll keep you guys around! ;D
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    Congratulations, that really is big news! Mr B has been in development for more than 15 years (national and international aid agencies, universities, now medical research) and I’ve done a bit myself, so I give you major props for your career choice and hope you find it every bit as rewarding and inspiring as we have!

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