Thursday, May 14, 2009

Getting it Right

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A quick post today as I'm in the middle of 2 days of Strategic Planning for our new FY. However as I have the most laid-back Boss in the whole wide world, on his suggestion we'll be adjourning to one of my favourite pubs for lunch. Last time we did this we 'needed' to stay there until 5p.m. to complete the exercise & then had an interesting 'dash' to the Airport to get him on the plane back to Sydney. The document we produced was awesome - so it is entirely appropriate we do it again!


  1. What a wonderful boss you have then, if he is a laid-back type?

    Hmmm... what did you got for lunch, Lady?

    Enjoy your day!

  2. Oh he sounds wonderful Millie. Everyone's dream boss. Enjoy your lunch! A-M xx

  3. Which proves that a little libation can help with huge decisions and making all of the right choices!
    Almost the weekend Millie.
    To be sure~ you Got It Right!

  4. What do you do? I mean for a living? I have been reading your bog and love it to distraction but still don't know what you do? I lived in Melbourne 30 years ago. My daughter, Heather, was born there. We are actually entertaining Aussies this weekend who we met 40 years ago.

  5. Oh dear Anon - can't answer that question, for fear that you might snaffle my much-loved job from under my nose! I lived in Melb. 1978-80 & worked at St. Vincent's in ICU - do you think we know each other? Lovely to have you as a Hedgie.
    Millie ^_^

  6. Now where does one collect a boss like that? Mic needs one...pronto.

    I hope your report is as good as the last one.
    Ness xx

  7. Hi Millie,

    I hope that the Strategic Planning meeting and lunch went well.
    You have been one busy Lady, lately.

    Nearly the weekend!


  8. No worries about snagging your job. I now live in Calfornia. My daughter was born at Mercy Hospital i

    I live in Calfornia now so don't worry about your job. My daughter was born in Mercy Hospital in Melbourne in 73. My husband and daughter and I left in late 74. We came to Australia so my husband could work on a general plan for the city of melbourne. We treasure the 15 months we were there. We went back to visit when my daughter turned 21. But more to the point we had a whole house renovation a few years back and lived in the bedroom the whole six months (with pets). We survived!


And none will hear the postman's knock
Without a quickening of the heart.
For who can bear to feel himself forgotten?
~W.H. Auden

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