I am lucky enough to be writing this blog during National Social Worker Month – a month when we honor the time, love, commitment, and overwhelming kindness that anyone who knows a social worker is lucky enough to experience. While I think back on all the lovely women I’ve been lucky enough to work with, my mind inevitably turns to my own path and what being an adoption social worker means to me and has done for me.
5:30 am- alarm goes off- snooze button hit multiple times…
6: 00 am- 2nd alarm goes off- snooze button hit multiple times….
6:25 am- 3rd alarm goes off- finally drag self out of bed- This is exciting getting to sleep in as my high-schooler is on winter break, so I don’t have to get up and take him to school!!
7:55 am- email from the owner about the website issue
8:08 am- drag self out of the house with coffee in hand to head to work
9:00 am- arrive at the office and start drinking coffee that was brought from home and fix the website