Monday, February 16, 2009

Short Timer's Syndrome

A big thank you for every one's comments on yesterday's post, you'll never know how much they mean to me and help me. I got some private emails too and thanks for those. What would I ever do without my blog support group? You gals get me through some hard times!
I am moving slow this morning as if I didn't have to work, but I do! But I wanted to let you all know how much you mean to me.
I am getting so excited. Amy told me I had short timer's at work and I thought she just made that phrase up only to hear it again from Tammy on the phone yesterday. It is a real thing which I have!! So there you go, learn something everyday, but then again I've been with this company for 15 years, so I've not left a job for a long time!
Anyway, I'd better get going!
Have a good day,


Marge said...

Yes, short-timers is a phrase....well known in the military circles. When a person receives their orders to go to another base, the remaining time at the original base is "short" time, so they become short timers. People always envy short timers!

I am so glad that you are now a short timer! I didn't comment on your blog yesterday, but today will just say that you do what you need to do and let the rest go. You need to be with your son and grand daughter, so just go. Keep in touch with your mom so she knows you still think of her, but also let her know you have to lead your own life, and right now you have to move on.

My thoughts are with you as you finish up your work time and pack your stuff......wish I could come and help!

Love and hugs, Marge

Tammy said...

They better throw you a big gala for all of your dedication! XXOO