Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Rolling over in goodness

 Life is just good right now. 
It has been insanely busy, but good. 
I started a new job last Monday. 
In my previous job, I worked for a person who is very well known.
  An expert in his field.  Someone who is respected and revered by all. 
 It was a good move to go to work for him. 
This new position, is an excellent opportunity, too. 
Another good move.
 All part of the journey.

My new job is busy, busy, busy.
  That is how I like it. 
 The day flies by, you look up and all of the sudden think
how can it be time to go home?
In my new job one of the things I do is go to the mail room once a day.
I like going to the mail room.
Even my new boss said "oh good!"
(Different administrative people have different duties,
so my new boss didn't assign the mail room to me.)
But, it gets me out of our suite.
It is in the next building
and down in the basement.
I get to greet others in the halls.
I get to be in the midst of the students as they hustle and bustle between classes.
Some university employees complain about students-
but not me.
I love them.
Heck, I was a student not so long ago and they were wonderful to me.
(Just earned my B.S. in 2007.)
My children were students.
Those students are the reason we are there.
The reason we have jobs and get a pay check.
I get to walk on the bridge hallway
that crosses over the road
to the other building
and see the cars and people, down below.
And, I get to see the free stuff on the shelves outside of the mail room.
I just scored a new, never used rolodex.
I am over-joyed!
Have you ever seen an altered rolodex?
Some people call them altered "rolos." 
This won't be something that I sit down and complete all at once.
But something that will be a work in progress.
Already I'm dreaming of papers with apples listed under A
Or a piece of purple under P
Kisses under K
Oh the fun
part of the journey
just like my life.

I am feeling


MamaMonki said...

Looks like a fun project. Can't wait to see what you do with yours over time.
I'm glad you like your new job. Hope it continues to go well for you!

farmlady said...

Well, isn't this post a breath of fresh air.
It's so nice to know someone who is happy with their life and having fun.

From the Kitchen said...

Congratulations on the new job. It's good to like the students. If it weren't for them, there wouldn't be a need for the university!!



Sounds like a great NEW job. It has just the right kind of benefits too. Being able to get out and about is a definite plus. ENJOY the change of scenery and the work. My brother has been working for the university he graduated from for the past 35 years. He LOVES it, like you do. I wish you continued success. Take care.

Marti said...

It is a blessing to have a job you love. I am excited to see your altered rolo. What a cool idea.

Kris said...

A new job!!!??? Wow, you didn't even tell us!!! Congrats to you. I just know you are darn good at what you do!! Nice to love your job too. You are fortunate. But then, I think you know that! Nice post! Good to see you so content and happy!!!

Holly said...

You are in such a good place right now. I hope life continues to keep you there and you are as happy as you are today. Congrats on the new job!!! Live out loud Girl!

msdebbiea said...

This post makes me SMILE! I too love the students on campus~~we are BLESSED!

Rosemary said...

Thanks for the smiles today . . . lovely post. I'm all warmed up. And now I know what to do with that Rolodex. Like I need another new project, but this will be fun!

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

My son is one of those students. So thank you so much.

I love your bubbly happy post.

But then again... I love you!

Rae said...

Congratulations on your new job. You sound very happy. Enjoy!

Karen said...

I have never seen this, what a very cool idea!.... and, to have a job that you love, keeps you busy and time flies... well, that's cool too.

^..^Corgidogmama said...

What a treasure that rolo project will be~I've never seen anything like it! So happy for you that you're in a rosy place now. Life is full of ups and downs, and rosy times help us deal with the elevator times. Hugs to you..keep the glow going!

Kleine Motte said...

Well I'm so happy for you. Happy folks write happy blogs and this one was full of joy!

Jayme, The Coop Keeper said...

I love the energy coming out of this post! I'm so glad you are so happy!

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