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The easiest way to avoid regrets is to ask yourself this question, "If not now, when?" It's a powerful way to put life and our decisions about how we spend our time into perspective"
I didn't expect
kudos from these 3 people. They have to go middle ground. 2 of them have told me in the past and now that they know what a great job I do. Like I said, in my heart I knew that I would have to go through the charade of interviewing. I think this is about reminding me that I'm not in charge. They all value me except the b who is my boss. I don't think she'd have the nerve to reject my coming back but it will all be a process.
Btw, there is no leaving the hospital for me. I've learned from this job that I don't have it in me to learn a whole new type of job. Also at my age, 64, I can't keep bopping around like I used to. I need to build up my piddly retirement as much as I can. And any job outside the hospital would pay $10-$15000 less. No it's not all about the money but being broke with nothing left for pleasure isn't something I am willing to do. I also refuse to get a roommate. I am having to choose between bad and worse.