Farewell to BCS
Yesterday was the last day that I worked at Belconnen Community Services (BCS). Over the last fortnight it has been an emotion time in leaving. I have grown fond of the Children’s programs and the people that I worked with. The team of Directors and myself had bonded into a great team. So it was hard to say “goodbye”.
It is quite often hard to say “Goodbye” and I would rather say “see you later”. I think that this is because we would not like to lose contact with people that we have built a connection with. Though it is true in moving jobs, locations or social groups, one may lose contact with some people. It is also true that many times people’s paths will cross again.
Have you ever lost contact with people and then out of the blue, met up again?
What have you done to ensure that you maintain contact with people from a previous workplace, location or social group?
Though the thought of losing contact with people that we have built a connection with is hard enough, there is also another reason that I was sad to leave BCS. That is the lost opportunities for the work we do. In 15 months we had achieved a lot as a team and there was so much still in the pipeline. It is sad to be leaving before it is all implemented. Hopefully the good work will continue into the future.
Have you ever had to leave a project before it is finished?
How did it feel to leave the project part way through?