A year ago, I got laid off from a non-programming type of job. They were putting me through graduate school for Computer Engineering, and got my MS. I programmed a fair amount in school, but not enough to put it down as professional experience (I just took classes, no thesis).
So I got a new job. I did not feel interested in the work, but had to get it to get a paycheck. In the meantime, I got an opportunity to work in a new job with slightly higher pay (8k), so I made the jump. I have been in my current position for 5 months now and am very happy.
Last weekend, I went on a ski trip with a group of people I did not know very well. One of them was a technology director for a digital media company. She said that she had some opportunities available, but I declined because frankly, I didn't know if it would look good job hopping so much, and do not want to deal with the stress of hopping again. I got her information and emailed her saying I will keep in touch and that I am glad we met.
I am thinking I may have made a mistake, and want to ask her if she had any openings available and if I would be interested in them. I am only a year into professional programming, and if the pay wasn't drastically higher (like 20%) I probably wouldn't make the move. Is this professional? Would she see me as indecisive if I tried to reconsider? If not, how should I go about asking her about the opportunities she has?