Lunch at Chick-fil-A

I never eat fast food, so I had to ask the young man taking my order, “what do people order here?” I took his advice except changed the sandwich from fried to grilled,

My sponsor told me I had to go to lunch & sit & eat. That is what I’m doing and I am actually feeling myself breathe again

You know what? Retiring at 60 would have been a great idea for me. I have been in misery of one sort or another since then.

Our wonderful chaplain just spent an hour with me as I cried. What an exceptionally great young man.

I have 11 work days till I am on a roman holiday and off work for two weeks. Maybe it will restore my soul.

Please dear Lord, please.

I cannot continue to do this.


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4 Responses to Lunch at Chick-fil-A

  1. Annette says:

    Oh no! 😢 roman holiday, roman holiday, roman holiday! Maybe this weekend relax and watch that Audrey Hepburn movie.

  2. Mary LA says:

    You’re in my Advent prayers, Mary Christine.

  3. Syd says:

    I hope that you will take more time for yourself. It sounds like the holiday will help. But dealing with untenable work situations can grind anyone down. Thinking of you.

  4. Syd says:

    Merry Christmas, MC. Hope that your holiday is going well.

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