Tuesday, August 26, 2008

good luck my good friend!




I work at university of iowa hospitals. In central sterilizing. I've been there around 25 years. EEEEEE GADS!!!! The place is all stainless steel and glass and Shiny, very glaring and no windows. Oh, did i mention very boring and dismal.I've seen alot of people come and alot of people go. Thank goodness some go, but more often then not , it's the ones you want to get rid of, never leave. But, once in a great while we'll get some one working there that make it worth going in. THe ones that make you laugh till you cry.Make it a fun place. Jared was that person. i worked with him a year.I think we 're kindred spirits. He can talk to any one about anything,doesn't matter if your 5 years old or 80 yrs. We'd go out and have so much fun, i think he;s an old soul. He left the hospital to get his masters degree in portugese. He's TA in madison wisconson. I will truely miss my little friend, back to the duldrums. People like him, come around once in a blue moon.I have to enjoy them while i can.He'll have no problem meeting people. He's like a little pied piper, always surrounded by people. I wish him all the good fortune he can handle, I also hope he meets a great guy along the way that will make him happy.

3 comments:

Sweet Repose said...

I don't know how you do it...and the florescent lights too...I would implode...I bet you never have an asthma attack in there, they would rush you to security for sure.

It is sad when a good friend leaves...but he has escaped to find his love and that is a good thing...did he take the dogs with...cute shot!

Love you...the nut

My good friend Gemma from down under-Greyscale Territory, just posted a pic of a wild cockatoo...can you imagine...

Dogwalkmusings said...

I too treasure my young friends. They keep me on my toes, teach me new perspectives and liven my life! I know another Jerad will come your way.

Christie said...

I'm sure you will miss your friend,I have a young friend like that too! Also, I love that frog band!