It appears that things are wrapping up where I've been working. While I am sad to see the paycheck go, I can't say that I will miss the people I've been working with and I'll be glad to get my life back. I have several things that have been on the back burner, so hopefully something will come up and everything will work out alright.
I'd love to say that I learned some big, valuable lesson from this job, but really, all I have learned that I am not a fan of group working situations (where you don't have any space of your own) and I'm not a huge fan of working that closely with a big group of women. Maybe that means that there is some issue with me, but I guess that I am used to being a lone wolf and while I can certainly step up and be a team player, I like my team to not be less than a fingertips length from me.
The odd thing, though, is that the supervisor who had been really friendly and giving me all kinds of extra tasks is now no longer even speaking to me. I don't know what the hell to make of that, but... whatever. I was trying to provide her with some insight and utilize my experience to her advantage and I guess it backfired on me because she has completely shut down and won't even LOOK at me anymore. I sortve wonder if, since she had hinted that some of us might be kept on long-term and now this is perhaps not the case, if that might be the issue. Not necessarily that she feels bad about it, but she is just backing off being friendly to people who aren't going to be around anymore.
Of course, it could be that there WILL be people kept on and that I did not make the cut, for whatever reason. And I guess I have to be ok with that. Business decisions are made without regard for relationships cultivated and that's just how the business world works. I could spend a lot of time trying to figure it out, but I won't. I just need to get ready to move on and do what I need to do.
Resume is updated and I'm ready to "pull the trigger" when I need to do so.