Live neither in the past nor in the future, but let each day’s work absorb your entire energies, and satisfy your widest ambition. –Sir William Osler, British (Canadian-born) physician (1849 – 1919)
I have no idea who that guy is. I just found the quote online and decided it would be a good starting point.
In just over a month I’ll begin the biggest new adventure of my life since moving to Nashville in August 2005 to attend Belmont. Other than going home the summer after freshman year and traveling for two summers on a camp staff I’ve lived in Nashville since then. The Music City has become my home. I know my way around and I have friends spread all across this amazing city. And the weather is perfect at least 4 or 5 days out of the year. But my time here is coming to an end.
Over the next month I will be transitioning from my job at Long Hollow Baptist Church into my new job with Renewed Vision (makers of ProPresenter & ProVideoPlayer). With this new job means a move to Alpharetta, GA just outside of Atlanta. I’m both really excited about this next chapter of my life and equally terrified.
I know a few people in Alpharetta so I’m hoping I can rely on them a bit to help make the transition smoother until I make some new friends there and find a church to get plugged in to.
About two weeks ago Brad Weston, owner of RenewedVision, contacted me about a job opening they had available and asked if I was interested in it. I haven’t been looking for a new job or even thinking about relocating out-of-state anytime soon. After a couple of video chat interviews I was offered the job.
So by the end of June I will have all my stuff packed up (for the 9th time in less than five full years) and be moving to Alpharetta. Just one month until there is a UHaul truck parked outside getting loaded with my entire life and moved to a new city.
So there it is. That’s the big announcement.