Month: November 2012

Thankfuls continued… blues, friends, patients with patience, bread, and boyfriend

As always… a lot to catch up on… 5 November – I am thankful for my blues… and the fact that I only wear them once a week. 6 November – I am thankful for my friends… near and far… new and old. They are the glue in my ever-changing life. They keep me sane even if I haven’t talked to them for a while. Just knowing they are there for me can get me though anything. 7 November – I am thankful for the patients at work who genuinely say “Oh, that’s all!?” when I tell them they are going to have a 30-minute wait time for their prescription (pretty standard)… also the ones who call their refills in early and those who smile when they come to the pick-up window… it is you wonderful, patient and understanding people that (who?) make my days brighter :) – oh, grammar, sometimes you baffle me 8 November – I am thankful for the Great Harvest Bread Company and their amazing pumpkin chocolate chip muffins… so fresh and warm at 0630… and their free slices …

Thankful November

I stole this idea from a few people who were posting on Facebook… daily notes on what you are thankful for throughout November. I already missed a few days, but I will try to make up for it: 1 November – I am thankful to be a part of the United States Armed Forces and the US Air Force Pharmacy Family. Last week, I attended the Joint Forces Pharmacy Seminar where members from all different branches come together to share ideas and learn what is new and upcoming in DoD Pharmacy. Even though the event was almost cancelled, our learership stepped up and made it happen for another year. This was my first Joint Forces, and it was really awesome to see everyone come together like that, sharing stories and experiences. I am thankful to be a part of something so much bigger than myself and I look forward to everything the future has to bring within this organization. 2 November – I am thankful for short hair! I recently cut it and it’s the shortest it’s been …