http://davidbjelland.com/embed/ppszlW9MWtg Most Saturdays, my husband and I have a long “to do” list and yesterday was no exception. One of the items on that list was for him to get his flu shot. We stopped in at the pharmacy where I used to work to see if he might be able to get one there.
shelf life of neurontin While we waited for them to prepare his vaccine, I had the pleasure of chatting with some of my former co-workers. One had recently moved, and another just joined the grandparent club two weeks ago, so I was excited to hear their news.
https://blog.clevedon-fasteners.co.uk/63751-dte47784-free-dating-sites-formen.html After a few minutes, a woman came into the pharmacy gift shop and said she was looking for a children’s book about chickens that she had seen on a previous visit. My friend and former co-worker pulled out a copy of “Which Came First?” and motioned toward me and said, “That’s the author over there.”
baños de río tobía agencia de citas I was stunned and delighted! How many authors get the opportunity to hear a customer come in and request one of their books. Well, the famous ones probably do all the time. But it was such a fun moment for me!
Of course, I went over to meet the woman and offered to sign the book she was buying for her granddaughter, Hazel. I told her about the fun mouse that the illustrator, Vicki Guess, had hidden in all the outside pictures for the children to find.
During our conversation, she asked about the other books I had written. So, I told her about the “The Button Box” and “The Day The Turkey Came To School.” She bought those as well and I signed them for two more of her grandchildren. She commented on what fortunate timing it was that she had come in when I was there.
As we continued to talk, she asked if I had other books in the works. I said that I did, but that I also worked full-time as the Director of Senior Living at a local retirement community. She inquired about which community and when I told her, she smiled and said, “My mother and my sister both live there.” I asked for their names since I work with 200 independent residents.
Of course, I know her mother and her sister too! I don’t know if they are aware that I write books, but I suspect they probably do now. We laughed together about our serendipitous meeting that day and my new friend hugged me.
I am privileged to be connected to this family through both of my professional vocations. I don’t believe our meeting was a coincidence.
My books are available at the Community Pharmacy Gift Shop in Denton, Texas, at a library near you, at a gift shop or book store near you, on Amazon, and for a signed copy, on my author website at: janetseverhull.com