The Train has Left the Station

Today I quit my job.

I first hung a MSK employee ID around my neck on August 20, 2002 – 3 days before my 25th birthday.  It was a temp job; a way to make ends meet while I pursued an acting career.  A dozen temp positions, 3 permanent positions, and nearly 14 years later it’s time to go. Past time.

I am not sure what happens next, but I can’t wait to find out!

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5 thoughts on “The Train has Left the Station

  1. Wherever your path takes you, I know you will do great. I’m grateful to have met you, work with you and share my crazy stories. I wish you success on this new journey you will embark. Don’t forget me!

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  2. How fun! New chapters are the best kind. Sounds silly, but you’ll look back on this ‘break time’ and wonder what you did all day. This blog will be an awesome read once you take your next step. Good luck!

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