This will be a bittersweet post for me. This is a picture of Becca. She will be starting medical school next month and yesterday was her last day at work. She will continue as a per diem person, but we were used to her Monday-Friday, all day long. I have hired and worked with so many young people through the years and only a handful really stand out. Becca is right up there in that group. She has so much initiative, she's analytic, and super dependable.
I hear so many cynics talking about how young people these days do not have values and what is going to happen in the future with their lack of work ethics. Well, I must tell you that I have hope for a bright future as long as we have young people that are similar to Becca. I told her to tell her parents that they should definitely be proud of her.
She has been a friend to all of us and many tears were shed yesterday. We are so happy for her being accepted in medical school and proud that someday she will be Becca, M.D., and we hope she'll choose ophthalmology as her speciality.
Good Luck, Becca! May God richly bless you!