Many people, especially teachers, go through their days doing jobs that they love without so much as a 'thank you' or 'good job' or 'well done'. I mean, it's not expected really. What's expected is that we do the job we were hired for, and do it to the best of our abilities.
I'm so very grateful that not only do I have jobs that I truly love, but ones where I can align my passions with my purpose and where my skills and expertise are appreciated, acknowledged, and sometimes rewarded.
Not many people out there on my feed even know I have this job with TLS, a local professional development company. I'm the girl behind the scenes in charge of building websites, online courses, and other technology needs. Although I'm personally not often seen, I know that my work is seen, used, and appreciated.
This note is just one of many that I've received over the 5 years that I've worked with TLS. Not only do I get hand-written notes like this, almost every response to email includes words of gratitude for the work I do.
And for that I'm truly grateful. It may seem like a little thing, but who doesn't love, just now and then, a little