It’s So Hard To Say Goodbye

26 Jul

So I totally thought I was cool with today being my last day working in DC, until I cleaned out my desk…….

 

 

In a short year, I have cultivated a really awesome work family and I will miss them dearly.  That is the thing about co-workers, in the last 16 years I have had some REALLY good ones, and some REALLY crappy ones and I must say, the BEST co-workers I have had were from my time in the healthcare field.  I want to personally thank all of the surgeons, nurses, and friends that encouraged me to do bigger and better.  When I got here, I really did not understand about networking and the value of BEING POLITE.  The latter is what has carried me a long way and I pray to God I never become complacent or rude.  So, today I close this chapter in my life and prepare to move on to more responsibility and coins (giggles).  Next stop: McLean!!!!!

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