I'm back.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

I know. I know. I left on vacation and then I came back but never really came back. I got home from Europe to find that both my boss and my boss's boss had be reassigned to different areas of the hospital and my boss was replaced by a woman who was once in charge of the transplant unit (where everyone hated her so much that nearly the whole staff quit) and after that was in charge of the transfer of the entire hospital to a computer system that 3 months later is still not working correctly AND there are TONS of people who weren't trained correctly (or at all). Anyway, 2 of my co-workers have already quit and several others are talking about early retirement.

On top of that me and two of my best friends are being baptized next week and officially joining our childhood church as adults. AND my friend Cait got engaged and I'm going to be the Matron of Honor.

But mostly, I just lost my spark. During the weeks before leaving for Europe I gained quite a bit of weight back and when I got back I was totally unmotivated.

But I'm back now. I'm starting again from the beginning. Slow and steady wins the race, right? Anyway, I'm going to work on catching up with everyone, but it may take a while.


This is Kayla on vacation.
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    girl, i completely know how you feel.... i was just going to post something about needing help finding motivation myself!!

    glad you're back :) maybe you can give me some pointers on how to re-ignite the spark! hehe
    3651 days ago
    I am glad you are Sparking!
    3653 days ago
    Welcome back, Shining! I've missed you!

    Don't worry about catching up with anyone. All you can do is get yourself motivated and stick with it. And you do know how to do that...so get on it! :)

    And let us know if you need a butt kick now and then.

    Kayla is getting so big!!
    3657 days ago
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