A proud moment

I have modest goals in life.  At least I thought I did.  And then this thing happened at the office that kind of surprised me, in the sense that I was very proud of it.  Someone (Massachusetts General Hospital) sent my company a direct mail piece, pictured here. You will notice that it makes reference to an event sponsored by the “Red Sox foundation.”  You will also note that some kind soul — I can only assume someone in our mailroom — has circled those words, written my name next to it, and delivered this piece of mail to me.

Now, keeping in mind for a second that the actual content of this mailer has nothing to do with me, someone has identified my name enough with the Red Sox to think to deliver this piece of mail to me.   I think I can say, with tongue planted firmly in cheek, that this is one of the proudest moments of my life.  To have someone think, “Red Sox … hmm .. Jabin.”  That’s just about the coolest thing I can think of, so I felt the urge to share it.  I, of course, will take down this post if tomorrow I get any mail from the New York Yankees.

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