Thursday, June 07, 2007

rain rain rain





it was a rainy day in the park ... these are scenes from the office, taken today ... i was wondering, do you think the salt mines were shedding a few tears 'cause i won't be working there anymore? a bit of whimsy on my part ...

we all know there is a time and a season for everything ...

7 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Could be...and please send some rain down our way, OK? I am sure you will probably miss some parts of working...but hopefully the other parts of your life will make the difference!

Terry said...

Is today[Friday] your last day Saija?
You just tell the Salt Mines to stop crying!
Just tell that rain that if you want to go back to the Salt Mines, you will be going as a guest!!
Those two big birds are going to miss you Saija!....Love Terry

Pat said...

I have no doubt some tears are being shed. Tears of joy and tears of sadness.
This is a new season in your life, may you feel God's presence in a new and exciting way.
Blessings!

jel said...

yea they are!

I know i wood :(



beau~t~ful pictures

Saija said...

elizabeth ... wish i could send some rain to you! i'll try!!

terry ... i am still working the weekend - tho' they had the loveliest of lunches for me today ... it was full of so much sweetness, and kind words, i had to look around my shoulder to see if they ment me!!!

pat ... i think next weekend it will really hit home that i'm not working with my wonderful buds ... but i am looking forward to this change!!! you are soon to follow, eh!

jel ... thank you dear lady ... hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Maggie Ann said...

I hope the salt mines blow you good-bye kisses. Did they send you off with a cake? Wishing you sunny days ahead...

Saija said...

maggie ann ... they had this wonderful lunch for me yesterday ... sunday is my last real working day - i hear there is a cheesecake in the works!! :o) ... i am happy about hvaing my summer off, but this a.m., i'm feeling just a wee bit meloncholy ... my workbuds have been nothing but kind to me ... and have become like a second family ...