Wow, there is a person at SGK in charge of being “in the know” of what is being said about SGK? It seems to me there is much anger out there for them, so this person is not doing a good job of being aware, or no one there feels the need to make changes. It will be interesting to see if they cease being obtuse when all the fit hits the shan about this pay increase.
This blogging thing can sometimes feel like a burden. It seems that I never know how to begin or finish a post anymore. I want to write, probably need to write, and most definitely I feel a responsibility to write. Especially when it has been the kind of week this past week has been in the breast cancer community.
In the past week, two of my friends have had cancer return and a third friend, who has been living with metastatic breast cancer for some time, is now dealing with very severe health problems due to her treatment (to put it mildly, she is in a great deal of pain). This is part of the world of breast cancer. It is not the pink bowed version of things that the Susan G. Komen Foundation sells (mammograms and early detection equal a cure, etc.). Well, clearly mammograms and early detection do…
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