This is one of my stellar photos, the kind I like and everyone else wonders what the point is. A photo taken with my phone from the window of a moving bus. Looking at the City and County of Denver Building through the snow. The clouds were phenomenal last night. It is VERY cold here. I hope Mr. Peyton Manning can throw in this cold.
Beets are bubbling away on the stove, in preparation for borscht. Oh, how I love borscht. For those who may not know, it is a hearty beet soup with potatoes and cabbage. Served with a dollop of sour cream on top. I am looking forward to this!
The phone rang while I was running my 6 miles on the treadmill (man I am hurting now!), I almost didn’t answer. But I did answer, and heard music to my ears on the other end. I know I should not write this here, but I am going to. It was one of the management team at the hospital where I worked for over 17 years. She wanted to know if I would consider coming back. It seems the person they hired to replace me is not a “good fit.” Oh, the stories I have heard! Anyway, there is a groundswell of people at the hospital, including management, thinking they NEED me back. After I got off the phone I cried.
When asked if I liked my new job, I have told people I like working downtown, which is true. Now I would never accept such an obvious avoidance of a question by someone else, but they all did. I have said I would not like to come back. I have said a bunch of things. But right now I am praying to God that this can happen. But even if it doesn’t, there is a great deal of satisfaction in being recognized for my talents and the acknowledgment that they NEED me. Oh happy day!
Now I get to watch a playoff game. I really want the Broncos to win.
For he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust. — Matthew 5:45