Come, let us adore Him



It’s almost Christmas. I hope yours is filled with all the gifts of Advent – Peace, Joy, Hope and Love.

Yesterday was a fun day. I went to Salem to do the paper work for my new job as a Direct Care provider. It didn’t take too long though because I have not been in Oregon for five years (almost though!) I had to go across the street and get fingerprinted at the Police Station. Hope they don’t find my criminal record!  (Just kidding – I don’t think I’ve gotten caught so there shouldn’t be one.) God already knows my finger prints and my criminal record.

Then I went to the Catholic book store which I have been wanting to go to for a long time but never made the trip to Salem to do it. I didn’t spend much time there because I didn’t want to find things to buy! I did talk with the store people there who are very nice and I gave them some free copies of my books and hopefully people will buy them and they will order some more. They did say they have had my books in the store before though so that was nice.

I work today at Oakville and not sure about Friday. Can use the money though so it will be okay if I do. On Saturday I am going to dog sit, Abbie for my favorite sitting job. The lady that I do this for says I can make a fire (it will already be laid out) and I can just sit and enjoy the beauty of their Christmas tree and a fire. How lovely is that!

Don’t start my new job until January 5th. A bit nervous about it – but will probably do fine.

Hope you have a wonderful, wonderful Christmas!





11 thoughts on “Come, let us adore Him”

  1. Hi

    All is coming together for your new job. I think it will be a rewarding position. Will you strictly do computer work or will you work one on one as a care giver for residents? Very excited and happy for you Patricia !

    1. Hi Cathy, – There will be a little computer work – writing up reports and things like that but mostly one on one as a caregiver. There will be two of us on the shift so I’m glad I won’t be alone trying to do it all. Couldn’t of course.

      I am half excited and half wondering how I will do. Will just have to see how it goes.

  2. Where ever each of us is…..we are all part of God…..He sees us, each and everyone……and Loves us and wants us, each in our own way, to spread His love….
    Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year 2015!

  3. I think this new job has your name all over it. You have great compassion and a true love of people. I know this is God’s doing and you will find it rewarding to your spirit and your growth. I am very excited for you Patricia. Merry Christmas and a super duper New Year. Your friend in New Orleans, LA

  4. Many Christmas Blessing to you and your family Patricia. Also Christmas Blessing to all of your followers. You’re new job sounds like something you will enjoy and be excellent doing as well.

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