The above quote was made last week at a retirement luncheon for one of the supervisors by one of the VP's at my place of employment. The lady that made the statement is amazing and handles more in a day then I can even think about, yet does it all with caring and compassion. She's one of the people I aspire to be like when I grow up.
I'm really lucky at my place of employment. That I can say that after the shittastic week last week I've had is a testament to just how much I really do like my job and the people I work with. I am surrounded by people who are encouraging and inspiring and who make me want to strive to reach my goals and surpass them. JB the originator of the quote is in the clinical realm. If ever there was a more difficult realm to dwell in. Especially now, with the (insert tired phrase here) economy the way it's been.
So onward we go, just trying to serve the people in need and do the best we can for our community and hope that we survive until the economy straightens it self back out, because eventually it always does.