We will try just about any crazy thing…much to the mortification of our kids.
Morning Dorothy, Just wanna to say “you go girls” Time waits for no one. Yesterday I was jumping rope with my sister and now I’m a senior citizen. Poof that quickly it went by. Go figure. I don’t blame you for trying it all,at least once. Love your writings and look forward to read you with my coffee.
Still love and miss you. Not watching GDLA this morning because you know who is on, lol. Only watch when Jillian is far away.
Happy Monday Dot!
Hey Dorothy, my husband & I miss you soooooooo much on GDLA! You are brilliant, witty ( a bit of the Bible lady) but, not over the top. You would deliver the gossip but go to confession & apologize alway’s before hand. It was fantastic & at the same time letting us know not to take this so seriously. You knew how to do that & help others. I really can’t tell you the last time we watched a complete GDLA in the morning. It’s a real struggle…………I don’t know what they were thinking??? I know we’ll see you again somewhere on air, but in the meantime, look’s like you have a full life going on……. of course you do!
Thinking like that is really imrsvpsiee
One door closes and another door opens. However, the blueprint of the doors shows that they can’t bother be open at the same time. The 1st door, the one that closed, is still left open, a few inches or a few millimeters, in the mind of the person of whom the door was closed. And so they can’t go to that second door yet and turn the handle, because they are still looking back at the 1st door and hearing the chatter in the room, things like “We miss you on GDLA”. But the door is closed and you can’t go back through it, and the chatter continues. The next door may not lead to a glamorous room, it may be to a volunteer room at a hospital wing, playing games with children awaiting transplants, or talking with worried parents in that same wing. If it’s a volunteer position, they aren’t salaried positions,but sometimes lead to another job, and that’s a good thing when a door opens for you into a room where people are chatting and you can hear them, and the door is open.
I left a job in Ohio and returned to Pittsburgh and took a job at a Security Agency to tide me over until I found a job in my field which was electronics, and landed a job at an electric utility and worked there for 28 years. But I wasn’t forced to leave Ohio, I did that on my own, but before I left my boss told me he would put me in for rehire, if the next door I would eventually walk through didn’t work out. Since GDLA did not tell you they would put you in for rehire, that says unequivocally (to me) that the 1 st door is nailed shut. It;s time to find out what that 2nd career is. Don’t they recovering kids to the beach? To the zoo? People would still recognize you and as Chuck Noll used to say, “You can can get on with your life’s work”.
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