Finally-Employee of the Month!

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      It takes hard work and a lot of skill to get to that certain kind of somewhere that one such as myself would be at today; And just the other day, I have finally achieved something that I have worked so very hard for in the past 6 ½ months that I have been at my food service job: I had been awarded “Employee of the Month” during a meeting at the place where I work, the Patterson Dining Facility at the Dover Air Force Base in Dover, Delaware.
This was certainly a most wonderful honor, and I would never have achieved this kind of goal without my focus on my own hard work…And of course, my focus on my hard work has paid off with this award. I have done what my supervisors have ordered me to do, and I did not lollygag around-I looked for some other things that are related to my job that I could do while I wait for something else, like helping out with dinner at 4:30. It was that important concentration that has helped me earn my award as Employee of the Month, and that has made me so very happy…
However, my job does not stop there, even after I had achieved my goal to get that Employee of the Month; I have to continue my work and keep on continuing my work, and that is what I should be doing once I close down his here blog on June 14th; For the past 6-1/2 years, I have achieved each and every goal that I have done when it comes to writing and publishing blog posts. I have indeed set goals for such things as preparing for a special series by doing research and then write drafts for posts that I would copy, paste, and then publish on my blog. Indeed, I have done what I have could in earning as many goals as I can to make every reader happy.

      It is not always easy to achieve what you have dreamed about for many years in your life; You have to put in real hard work, and not daydreaming, to get what you have wanted so very much in life. I only wish that Tamera Mowry-Housely’s niece, Alania, would be alive enough to achieve whatever she dreamed about when she was a little girl; I only wished that, for her family, that she would be alive enough to achieve her goals in college so that she would have graduated with full honors. I hope that Tamera knows that somewhere, her niece is smiling down from the clouds, whispering to her that she loves her…

 

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