A Temporary Job with Permanent Impacts
I began a temporary job in the middle of May of this year. It was the first full-time employment that I have had in three years and was greatly appreciated. Because I knew at the beginning that the job would be temporary I did not have any expectations other than pay for a few weeks work. I am still working and we have finally reached the end of the assignment.
What I did not expect was the relationships with co-workers that have developed. I have truly enjoyed working with the group that have become my new friends. What is most interesting to me is that they are from 18 years old and up. I am at 58 old enough to be the mother of many of them yet we have managed to transcend the barriers of age and the difference in experience and formed friendships. I have learned a tremendous amount from all of them and realize that this is part of the formula for keeping a young attitude. I hope that they have learned that older is not necessary dead!
There is a lesson to be learned every day!
Posted on August 30, 2010, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
So very true Karen! I miss the summer