Sunday, 6 July 2008

Sad Farewell...

It's a few days shy of a fortnight. Marco has already had an influence, and I find his healthy eating habits have rubbed off on me. Pieter has educated me as to appreciate a good photograph vs a really bad one. My Shangaan friend Rexon is exhausted from my questions on the history of Djuma and it's beautiful four legged residents. I've scared off monkeys from the kitchen, birds out of my shower and I've had a leopard roll all over my laundry. And I have enjoyed every moment of it!
But I'm sad to say I won't be staying on at WildEarth. I have been offered a position at a lodge in the Kruger National Park, where I will be able to work with my fiance and I realise now how important to me that is.
Emily and Graham have been phenomenally understanding and supportive, being more like friends than employers, and I am eternally grateful for all they have done.
WE never know what the future may hold, but most certainly all things good. One never knows, you may hear my voice again!
Written by Angie

7 comments:

kiotewoman said...

Angie.....we will be so sorry to see you go, but wish you the best of luck. Thanks for letting us know and thanks for spending time with us here at WE.

Anonymous said...

AWWW, Angie, we hardly got to know you. But, we understand about the important things in life. Good luck and Godspeed!

Sharon in Texas

AmandaLii said...

So sorry to hear you are leaving, Angie. Your voice and comments are quite refreshing! Thank you for being at WildEarth and I wish you all the success in the world!

Kathy in WV said...

Angie...
...It's been such a short time! But I understand why you want to go & send you the best of luck wishes!
Please stay in touch through the forum and if you ever visit Djuma stick you head in front of the cam & say Hello!
Best of luck!

Claire-M. said...

Well, Angie, it's been a short and appreciated moment with us.

But before you go, you've got to write a complete report on Karula's colour preferences. I'm serious you know ... she's a female after all.

May you be happy, Angie!

Anonymous said...

Angie...I wish you the best of luck at your new job and whatever life hands you. Good luck on your travels and be safe.

blueeyeldibra

Fabby said...

Angie, good luck and lots of fun in your new job. It was lovely having you at WE, you will be missed.