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Old December 26th 03, 04:06 PM
Shelly
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Well, I turned in my notice at work last week and we will be heading toward
AZ sometime Tuesday. I have to work my last three 12 hr shifts Sat, Sun, and
Mon. nights and I will be finished working for a while. I really hate
leaving this job. It has turned out to be one of the best jobs I've ever
had. The women I worked with here were some of the best. They have planned a
going away party for me at work for Saturday night. ;o) I thought that was
very sweet of them. I've never had anyone to give me a party before! I am
sure going to miss my co-workers and all of my residents. I was assured that
I could always come back to my job that I'm leaving with open arms. That
made me feel wonderful! ;o)

I was planning on waiting another couple of months to make the move but got
to thinking that dh would have to miss another week or more of work to come
back and make the move and just decided that I'd go on and just do it and
get it over with. I didn't realize just how many friends that I'd made at
work in the three short months that I've been there until I turned in my
notice.

I had promised two of the residents some fried apple pies and pecan pie. I
got up very early the last work day of my rotation and made the pies and
took them to both the ladies Christmas Eve as I promised. They were more
than happy to get them. Both of the little ladies were big bakers before
they entered the nursing home and loved their gifts. One of these little
ladies sat there the other night and gave me recipe after recipe, off the
top of her head, for candies that she used to love to make. That was
amazing! She gave me specific amounts and told me exactly how to make the
candies. I think she gave me 5 different candy recipes. This lady was also a
nurse!

I have quite a bit to pack today and get ready for the move. Today is my
last day of my 2 days I have off before the move, so I have to get busy and
get most everything done today. I'll be working and sleeping for the next
three days before the move. I won't be back on the newsgroup again before
late next week at the soonest. Take care and I hope you all had a great
holiday yesterday!
Shelly





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Old December 26th 03, 11:28 PM
Roz Agulnik
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Good luck with everything and hope that it all goes easy. Have a happy new
year, Roz in Montreal


"Shelly" net dot charter at angel glass wrote in message
...
Well, I turned in my notice at work last week and we will be heading

toward
AZ sometime Tuesday. I have to work my last three 12 hr shifts Sat, Sun,

and
Mon. nights and I will be finished working for a while. I really hate
leaving this job. It has turned out to be one of the best jobs I've ever
had. The women I worked with here were some of the best. They have planned

a
going away party for me at work for Saturday night. ;o) I thought that was
very sweet of them. I've never had anyone to give me a party before! I am
sure going to miss my co-workers and all of my residents. I was assured

that
I could always come back to my job that I'm leaving with open arms. That
made me feel wonderful! ;o)

I was planning on waiting another couple of months to make the move but

got
to thinking that dh would have to miss another week or more of work to

come
back and make the move and just decided that I'd go on and just do it and
get it over with. I didn't realize just how many friends that I'd made at
work in the three short months that I've been there until I turned in my
notice.

I had promised two of the residents some fried apple pies and pecan pie. I
got up very early the last work day of my rotation and made the pies and
took them to both the ladies Christmas Eve as I promised. They were more
than happy to get them. Both of the little ladies were big bakers before
they entered the nursing home and loved their gifts. One of these little
ladies sat there the other night and gave me recipe after recipe, off the
top of her head, for candies that she used to love to make. That was
amazing! She gave me specific amounts and told me exactly how to make the
candies. I think she gave me 5 different candy recipes. This lady was also

a
nurse!

I have quite a bit to pack today and get ready for the move. Today is my
last day of my 2 days I have off before the move, so I have to get busy

and
get most everything done today. I'll be working and sleeping for the next
three days before the move. I won't be back on the newsgroup again before
late next week at the soonest. Take care and I hope you all had a great
holiday yesterday!
Shelly





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Old December 27th 03, 05:42 AM
Shelly
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Thanks Roz! Happy New Year to you and yours also. I've managed to get most
everything packed up and ready to go today. There are a few things that
can't be done until the last minute and I'll just have to wait about that. I
only have the bedding items left to pack up and will get that tomorrow
morning.
Shelly
"Roz Agulnik" wrote in message
...
Good luck with everything and hope that it all goes easy. Have a happy

new
year, Roz in Montreal


"Shelly" net dot charter at angel glass wrote in message
...
Well, I turned in my notice at work last week and we will be heading

toward
AZ sometime Tuesday. I have to work my last three 12 hr shifts Sat, Sun,

and
Mon. nights and I will be finished working for a while. I really hate
leaving this job. It has turned out to be one of the best jobs I've ever
had. The women I worked with here were some of the best. They have

planned
a
going away party for me at work for Saturday night. ;o) I thought that

was
very sweet of them. I've never had anyone to give me a party before! I

am
sure going to miss my co-workers and all of my residents. I was assured

that
I could always come back to my job that I'm leaving with open arms. That
made me feel wonderful! ;o)

I was planning on waiting another couple of months to make the move but

got
to thinking that dh would have to miss another week or more of work to

come
back and make the move and just decided that I'd go on and just do it

and
get it over with. I didn't realize just how many friends that I'd made

at
work in the three short months that I've been there until I turned in my
notice.

I had promised two of the residents some fried apple pies and pecan pie.

I
got up very early the last work day of my rotation and made the pies and
took them to both the ladies Christmas Eve as I promised. They were more
than happy to get them. Both of the little ladies were big bakers before
they entered the nursing home and loved their gifts. One of these little
ladies sat there the other night and gave me recipe after recipe, off

the
top of her head, for candies that she used to love to make. That was
amazing! She gave me specific amounts and told me exactly how to make

the
candies. I think she gave me 5 different candy recipes. This lady was

also
a
nurse!

I have quite a bit to pack today and get ready for the move. Today is my
last day of my 2 days I have off before the move, so I have to get busy

and
get most everything done today. I'll be working and sleeping for the

next
three days before the move. I won't be back on the newsgroup again

before
late next week at the soonest. Take care and I hope you all had a great
holiday yesterday!
Shelly





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Old December 27th 03, 05:13 PM
nana2b
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Safe move to you! Where in Az are you moving to?

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Old December 27th 03, 10:53 PM
Shelly
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We are moving to Rimrock, not far from Flagstaff.
Shelly
"nana2b" wrote in message
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Safe move to you! Where in Az are you moving to?

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