You know that feeling when you arrive back from holiday. You’ve had a great time, and it’s been fun, refreshing and relaxing. But as you go through your front door, put the kettle on and sit down on your sofa you get that warm, contented feeling about coming home.
It’s that moment when “home is where the heart is” doesn’t sound like a cliché but a meaningful expression.
That’s how I felt walking around The Christie today after a several days away.
It was wonderful catching up with people, popping into different wards and departments to say a quick hello and presenting our well-deserved employee of the month award to Professor Malcolm Ranson, director of our clinical trials unit.
There’s always such a positive, happy energy around the place that continues to surprise first-time visitors.
You can’t define or package it, there are too many unique and special ingredients.
That’s why my heart is definitely in this home.