Wow, how crazy! It is a small world... · Ryder Family Farm- Southern Illinois
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Wow, how crazy! It is a small world…

Wow, how crazy! It is a small world…

Can i just share soemthing totally crazy with you? I spent yesterday sort of mass mailing band directors and schools trying to land a new colorguard “gig”…

I already have one school interested in hiring me and I also got in touch with the local area’s colorguard organization to see if I could work as a judge at some contests. You know in case I don’t find a group to work with right away…

Turns out the camp I am working this week is being headed up by the very same guy who is incharge of hiring judges out there in indiana. I already know him and he already knows my work, small world huh?

I mean what are the chances that I would already know/ have a working history with someone who is also in charge of hiring judges for the exact place we are headed to? It is crazy how stuff works out sometimes. Kind of like it was planned all along. N thinks it is just validation that we are going where we are truly meant to be, I think he is on to something don’t you?

It makes me feel like things are just falling into place, without much force or hardship. Maybe this is exactly what was planned for us after all!

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