At the appointed moment — and it was always going to be a moment and not a time because it was going to be when I finished what I had to do — I wasn’t sure how I would feel.
I highly doubted I’d be tipping over tables, but I could see myself being terse, even snippy, when the layoff became official.
I could also see myself getting emotional. Goodbyes often do that to me, and this was goodbye not to say hello to a new opportunity, but to something unknown.
But in the end, I was kind of surprised what I felt …