Friday, October 15, 2010

Doing the Right Thing not Spike Lee

Those of you whom I speak with off line know that I do my work for love of public service. I have shunned the higher profile work because I do not seek fame or glory. It is ironic that sometimes just doing my usual dedicated job creates unwanted attention. To TMW and Warren whom I spoke to thanks for lending me your ear. The situation was very unique and I would do as I did and regret nothing.

In general there are those who prefer anonymity. The smile of a applicant and the handshake of an attorney after an interview are priceless to me as those are things that come from the heart. We often guide people who have been going around in circles
and help them attain their goals. This is done for those smiles and not for the glory of people in desks who know me as a number.

Now that my fifteen minutes of office fame are up I would love to just return to my desk and have a cup of hot chocolate or even better warm cider.


Ducky's here said...

"The situation was very unique ..."


There are no degrees of uniqueness. Please get an editor.

beakerkin said...

So says a communist clown who talks of nuances.

The Pagan Temple said...

"There are no degrees of uniqueness. Please get an editor."

Says the guy who doesn't even know how to do a blog, and who once told me "you mileage may vary."