OK….I’m lying! Jill is FANTASTIC! (Do I use fantastic to much???)
She had another Rotary speech the last Wednesday. I didn’t want to just gush about her fantastic (ok, I am using it to much) speech when I was having mine the next day. If you read the last Blog, you will know that speech was great.
So what about Jill? Yea, she hit it out of the park…again.
Jill could do SO much…if she really wanted to. I could to ALSO do so much…but I have to ask for Jills’ help! See the problem?
You can imagine how this puts a damper on my work. Why can’t she be more like ME? She spends so much time doing things I need her to do for me that I forget they are my requests, not her desires. Wouldn’t it be SO much easier if she were just like ME and she wanted exactly what I WANT???
Gordon and I had the opportunity to speak to the Idaho Association of Health Underwriters this week. I always look forward to talking to people in the insurance industry for 2 reasons: 1- they are so warm and friendly, and 2 – because 20 years ago, an insurance salesman changed our lives.
When we were first married, our insurance rep would not rest until Gordon bought disability insurance. 18 years later when Gordon survived his stroke, that disability policy that made it possible for me to focus on him and his recovery rather than having to look for a job. What would have happened to Gordon if I hadn’t been able to be home with him? I shudder even thinking about it.
So thank you to all you insurance professionals! Yours is a noble profession and I, for one, appreciate you.