I have an offbeat sense of humor. I posted something earlier that I thought was amusing…making fun of myself. But it has occured to me that, though my intent was to make fun of me, that, if read by someone who does not know my sense of humor, it may seem malevolent. I guess I’m learning, quickly, to watch my words. If anyone read that post and was offended, I’m truly sorry, from the bottom of my heart. I know that I am where God has placed me for such a time as this. I only hope that I will, from this point forward, honor Him with every breath.
Work today was good. I really like the people with whom I am working. I laughed quite a bit today, which is a good sign of things to come. Of course I had my moments, but that can be attributed to lack of sleep last night and nerves.
It seems like I’m picking up where I left off with my last job. When I left Boston, we were making a database of universities and high schools that have mandarin and japanese language programs. Now, I am making a list of all of the dentists in Pennsylvania to prepare for a new sales rep. I guess I can’t get away from databases 🙂
We went to the Moshulu for lunch today. Swanky! The food is better than I imagined. I love the view from the ship…I love Camden so much. I left such a huge chunk of my heart there. I enjoyed getting to know my co-workers. They are really nice people. It’s not often that you can honestly say that.
So, now I must unwind and prepare for an early departure so that I can learn all that there is to learn about dental implants. Apparently part of our training is going include learning to place the implant on a fake jaw. I told them I was ok with that, as long as I don’t have to do it on a real person. That would be scary folks.