Saturday, October 08, 2011

Super Duper!

Cordelia (grandaughter) came over last night and we had a lovely time.  She entertained us with delightful little comments like, "I'm super duper!"   When Grandpa was showing her a big book with lots of animal photos in it she was really into it.  When she saw the picture of an octopus, though, she said, "Oh no!  What happened?" 

I wanted to let you know that I am super duper as well!  I received the phone call I'd been waiting for.  Yes, I got the job!  Yippee!  A week from Monday I will begin my training as a hospice nurse.  It has been a year since I was last able to work as a nurse, so this is kind of a big deal to me. 

I will leave you with photos from last night.  Have a great week-end!













9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congrats on getting the job! I can't think of a single person better suited for it. It takes a very special individual to be a good hospice nurse, and I'm sure your patients, and their families, will be greatly blessed to have you caring for them.

Anne Marie

Victoria said...

Congrats on the job, that's super duper too!!!

Susan said...

Thank-you, Anne Maria and Victoria!

Kelli- AdventurezInChild'Rearing said...

oh, she's just not cute at all! good grief, how do you ever say NO to such an angel? that's right, you're the grandparents- you don't have to say NO!!!

it takes a very special heart to do hospice- good job my bloggy friend!
God bless-

AKM said...

All of you are super-duper, my Wyoming friends! Such a precious little one Miss Cordelia is! I love the octopus comment. ;-)

A BIG congratulations on the job! You will be such a blessing to those in hospice and their families. God puts the right people in the right places, and I just know that He wants you there to share your special love, care, and compassion.

Kate said...

She's "super-duper" cute, that's for sure!

Petra said...

Congratulations on such a special job. Your grand daughter is a cutie!

Susan said...

Thank you for the kind comments!

Kate W. said...

Congratulations, Sue!! I know you will be such an excellent hospice nurse -- those families will be doubly blessed, by both your experience as an oncology nurse AND your amazing faith. Hugs, my friend!!

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