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Thursday, June 30, 2005
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Let's see.....Events in my honor this week....

Going away dinner hosted by a favorite physician colleague? Check!

Potluck luncheon by my staff? Check!

Breakfast party at my satellite clinic? Check!

Luncheon with some favorite colleagues and co-workers? Check!

Official "Goodbye" reception with speeches, presents, food, wine and cake? Check!

Big party tomorrow night, organized by the biggest prankster I know (yes, I am afraid), of which I am not privy to any details other than being told to wear something "you can dance in". Check!

How to handle being more popular than a prostitute in a logging camp? Easy. By remembering the time I was trying to impress a guy at a summer picnic and turned around and stepped off the edge of a pier into a lake, fully clothed, while flirting with him.

Yeah - I'm cool.
posted by Broadsheet @ 5:03 PM  
3 Editorial Opinions:
  • At June 30, 2005, Blogger Neckbone said…

    ain't it great to feel loved? good for you

     
  • At June 30, 2005, Blogger Broadsheet said…

    It's like being at your own funeral and listening in.

    I lost it at the official reception. Totally choked. Verklempt.

     
  • At June 30, 2005, Blogger Zenchick said…

    for the next one:
    "talk amongst yourselves...I'll give ya a topic:
    The chick pea is neither a chick, nor a pea: discuss."

     
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