Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Sometimes Telling The Boss Off...
Well, today he showed up! We had a nice visit, talked about letting bygones be bygones, talked about the unsure future of the post office and of people we had in common. Here is the announcement he sent out to every one after he left my office.
"It was with great honor that I presented today a 35 year service award to Mount Pleasant Postmaster Sheila "Gail" Williams.
Gail began her career as PMR of Guion Arkansas.
Gail transferred to Melbourne as a clerk where she served until transferring to Batesville as a city carrier. Gail worked in Batesville not only as a carrier, but as a clerk performing a multitude of duties to include POA, 204-B, and various other administrative duties.
Gail has served as postmaster in Locust Grove, Brockwell, and eventually winding up in her current assignment as PM of Mt Pleasant in 2005.
Please join me in congratulating Gail in achievement of this noteworthy milestone in her career.
Thanks for your service Gail!"
I didn't mention that it was due last November nor that I really have thirty-seven years. Sometimes, you just have to take what you get and be glad of it.
I did think it was strange that there are multi-colored rays of light beaming down on me!