I had a special guest star with me coming into work today,: my godson, Greg.
Today he begins his senior year at Temple University and I can’t believe how the time has flown.
When he has the class time, he’ll come all the way into town with me and walk me to work.
Then he heads up to the main campus.
He has overcome a lot with his Asperbergers to get as far as he has and I, for one, can not
be prouder of him.He hopes to teach learning disabled children.
(Aunt, in Polish)
My nephew, Gregory, took his last final of the term yesterday at
Temple University, where he attends. Each semester, we would manage
to either come in together on the train, or at least to meet up
If things keep rolling along,it’d be a bit harder to get to a train
in the morning.I kind of see myself, unfortunately, being a bus
commuter. Oh how I will miss the quiet cars on the train.
But as Dorothy says to the Scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz,
“I’ll miss you most of all, Scarecrow.”
I’ll miss our train rides, Greg, but old Cioci will always be
there for you.
Well, here we are mid-week again.
The codeine is doing its job, although I am getting an AWESOME**read high sarcasm here** sore throat to keep me guessing how run down I must be.
My nephew Greg is coming to the end of his winter break** sorry Gregory** but I know he is ready to get back to Temple and his classes.
The day being somewhat dreary, I can only let my mind go to hopes of spring and my Phillies pitchers and catchers reporting to spring training in a month.
At least time is marching on!
Am I ever grateful for my BFF ‘s….they are true pillars of support…and it’s great because they KNOW who they are.
God gifted me with a great Dad for thirty eight years. I have missed him terribly for the past fourteen years and will love him forever.
I am grateful my nephew Greg has the chance to start another year at Temple university. He makes our family so proud.
I am absolutely grateful for a good night’s sleep: I only wish they came more often.
Finally, especially after seeing what my Mom went through, I am grateful for my memories: I hold them all close to appreciate the comfort they bring.
Have a good Friday!
You do not realize how much you miss a job until you are given a “darker” job, which, in my case, was a juror in a double murder trial. It finished yesterday, and I never was so glad to come to work as I was today.
I had an extra bonus surprise: my nephew, Gregory Miziorko, accompanied me in this morning. He is attending Temple University, and since he was early, came with me to the office before returning to school.
Co-workers are happy to see me, and I them.
It’s good to be back!
Above, a photo of my nephew, Greg.