Monday, January 5, 2009

The Lord Moves in Mysterious Ways

So, if you have visited much you are aware that after 4.5 yrs in ER - I am ready for a move.

Since I was used to deliver little Abigail to a new family, I have entertained the idea of OB. So far this has not led to an productive end.

Following my last transfer request, HR suggest that I speak with the OB manager and maybe gain some insight. I attempted to reach her unsuccessfully. Had decided to write it off and low and behold she calls me. We meet. Pleasant exchange, nice lady. She attempts to contact Oakwoods OB manager unsuccessfully and tells me go get back with her end of the week.

End of the week I attempt to catch her, unsuccessful. So I decide to stop chasing something that doesn't seem to be coming to fruition and just enjoy the holidays.

The 19th I go on line and find and ICU position at southshore that I print off in preparation to fine. Monday the Mgr calls me back, that she has someone for me to contact. Merry Christmas.

I wait. Its Christmas week. Its family time, possibly vacation time. Its New Years. So Monday is the beginning of things, Monday is the first Monday in January. I contact this person who sounds very happy to receive me call. Tells me He will get in touch with the Department Mgr and if I don't' hear from her by Friday call him.

Dept. mgr calls about 430 Monday - got the email from Dr ...... what is the relationship she asks? Explain. Instructions me to complete on-line processing. Recruiter is this name and number.

I will be following up with this name and number to marrow (when I get up). Hoping for an interview next week M,T,W before I start my second round of days. Happy news all the same --- closes I've seen since I applied at Oakwood.

My times are in his hands and they will deliver me where I need to be when I need to be there.

In other words, my darling daughter has decided that she wants to take up knitting to make herself a sweater. I am very encouraging! She is currently learnign to knit. Than we will complete a purl washcloth. Finally a k2p2 and than we will begin this:

I think it will be devine. Not too hard wearable whatever the years (we can add button on sleeves if necessary, in a dark grey smoke......''

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Keeping my thumbs up! So cool that your daughter wants to learn to knit.