I passed my interview today..based on nothing but my resume. This spring I will be moving to Alberta.
I am getting PAID (WITH room and meals provided) to take strings of trail riders through the Rocky Mountains, all day every day. This is a dream come true for me. Right now at my age I can't think of anything I would rather be doing.
I will be making money being on horseback all summer. Driving teams, caring for guests, and most importantly furthering my knowledge of horses. My goal in life is to train professionally, and this may not be the end game but its a **** good place to start.
I just had to share! I can't believe it. I don't know what I did in life to deserve something this incredible...there has to be a catch. I just gotta make sure I don't die or develop some crippling injury til then..
Now I have to sell my horses, get a new vehicle and sell my POS car. Lots to do in 2 months..
Also, I really need advice..
I started my job at the end of December. Obviously I know I'm leaving at the middle or end of April...do I tell my boss now, or wait closer to? I don't want to lose my job but it's unfair not to say anything until my 2 weeks, especially with so many other people quitting around the same time. With what's in store for my future I don't care about this job all that much but two months of pay is a lot to lose.
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