That’s how many working days I have left.

Things have started to heat up re that at work.  Job descriptions being updated.  Talk of a co-worker replacing me, but then who replaces her, etc.

I’m just eager to put this all behind me.  My boss, who only praises me once a year (at review time)…was forced into a situation yesterday to comment. (in a small group setting, someone asked him how HE was handling my impending departure.)   He was actually pretty nice, and admitted because I have been SO good/competent/knowledgeable, for so long, (11 years anniversary is in 10 days)…it’s been extremely easy for him to take me  and all that I do so extremely well…for granted. Ya think, buddy?  Geesh.

But, I’m staying above it all.  Just doing my job, not letting anything get to me, because I can handle anything for 50 working days.  🙂

Sorry I’ve been away.  A long time pet’s death, a long time friend’s completely unexpected/sudden death this week, all the political crap, issues with my poor mom (she turns 92 on Monday but literally wishes aloud now that she was dead already)…it’s been kind of a rough summer.  No excuse, but it’s all I’ve got.

I will start getting to your blogs more regularly.  I apologize more for my mea culpa on that, than my lack of posting here.

Hugs to you all!

36 thoughts on “50

  1. Janie Junebug

    I've been at my job for a much shorter time than you've been at yours, but my manager never says anything nice to me or about me. I bet the 50 days will go by in a flash.Love,Janie


  2. Ann Thompson

    You've had a log on your plate. No need to be sorry about not blogging or visiting. That 50 more working days sure is a bright light at the end of a tunnel. What a good feeling that will be.


  3. ellen abbott

    you're the one leaving, easy to stay above it all cause it's not your problem. 50 days. my heart would have already left and it would be a drudgery to get through those 50 days.


  4. Joared

    Just go with the flow of your life’s needs as can always come back here to write a bit. Loss and challenges with loved ones are never easy to deal with under the best of circumstances.


  5. Elaine

    Down into the 40's now – very exciting! Real life is much more important than blogland, you have had such a lot to deal with, be good to yourself.


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