Main Entry: tran·si·tion Pronunciation: \tran(t)-ˈsi-shən, tran-ˈzi-, chiefly British tran(t)-ˈsi-zhən\ Function: noun Etymology: Latin transition-, transitio, from transire Date: 1551 1 a : passage from one state, stage, subject, or place to another : change b : a movement, development, or evolution from one form, stage, or style to another 2 a : a musical modulation b : a musical passage leading from one section of a piece to another 3 : an abrupt change in energy state or level (as of an atomic nucleus or a molecule) usually accompanied by loss or gain of a single quantum of energy
Right now, in so many ways, I am in transition. This will be new for me, this will be challenging, like any transition, there will be good parts, bad parts, easy parts, and hard parts. But I will emerge different, new, and hopefully better. Let's raise a glass to transitions!