Friday, February 8, 2013

A Mile Stone

When I noticed that today is February 8th, I realized that today makes 25 years since the first day I started my job! Even though I would love to be a stay at home person, I thank God frequently for my job and the people I work for and with. Its been such a blessing to me over the years.

I couldn't resist showing you the lunch my hubby packed for me earlier this week....


I saw him putting some orange things in there and sure was hoping it wasn't carrots! Gotta love a guy who puts Cheetos and a yummy sandwich in your lunch, along with a cup of crushed ice that you can add Diet Coke to when you get to work. Isn't he the greatest?!

Here are a couple of pictures of my office taken last Spring.



By day I am a Paralegal....



At night and on the weekends I quilt and sew.  Here are a couple of my current projects in progress.
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I hope your weekend is filled with blessings. Thanks for reading!

8 comments:

Rhonda said...

Your office is very cute on the outside, I like going to businesses inside former homes. Is that what yours is?

great quilts too.
Happy TGIF- this the favorite day of working women, isn't it?

Debby said...

Congrats on 25 years!! That is one sweet hubby you have on your hands!!

Pen Pen said...

Well happy 25 years to you! That is quite an accomplishment! I'm sure they love having you there, too.

Auntie M said...

Wonderful post. Congrats on your 25th anniversary. And, congrats again on finding your sweet hubby.

ancient one said...

Congrats on 25 years at a job you love. Loved the quilt projects.

Susan said...

Congrats on 25 years in the same office! I know your employer is thankful for you!

Impera_Magna said...

Wow! 25 years? Congratulations! Your employers are very lucky! AND you have a sweet hubby!

Loving your bowties.... and your D9P is looking good too!

Susannah said...

Hi Debbie, I did not know you were a paralegal. My sister is one, too. Congratulations on 25 years ...good for you! I love your quilts. They are gorgeous, as usual.

Susannah

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