After spending two years together I’m going to chase down some crazy dream I have and try my hand at a different industry, and I wanted to tell you all something before I go.
When I moved out here away from home, weeks prior to my grandfather passing and my life being turned upside down, I felt profoundly alone. I was in a new city, with a new job, and no way to turn back, and without all of you, I couldn’t have done it.
What I didn’t know that I was getting in return for uprooting and leaving the people I knew, was a group of people I can only describe as incredibly smart, talented, and kind. Many of you quickly befriended me and showed me some of the best of what New York and Squarespace had to offer, and it’s something I won’t soon forget. Some of you became more than just a friends, I consider you family.
This was one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever made, and in the coming weeks, we’ll all feel each other’s absence in our nine to fives, or—in my case—11am to 2:30pm. So do me a favor, every once in a while, when you’re creatively blocked, or up against a stubborn technical issue, or you get out of a challenging meeting, remember a laugh we shared, and send me a text. I’ll be laughing with you.
For now, I’m not going too far. I’ll have my car again, so this is not goodbye to your favorite irreverent day-time TV show. I’m just getting a new time slot, and will be on a different channel.
You have my number, and I have yours. So hit me up.