Since we are leaving for Florida on January 7th or in 7 days Kathy and I thought that we’d have an easy day. Boy were we wrong! We even slept in until nearly 8:00 this morning. After having breakfast we started reading some of the blogs until shortly after 9:00 when I called Dominion Collision to see what the status was for our car. Surprisingly the repairs to the passenger door that was damaged by the break-in are complete and it is first in the paint booth on Wednesday. This means we can pick it up on Thursday or Friday thus not delaying our departure date.
Next I called SX Video where we have all our computer servicing done. The new laptop that we purchased in November had Windows 7 as an operating system but Google Chrome as the internet search engine. After repeated tries I could not write the blog or make any kind of adjustments to the post using the Google Chrome. I also tried to change to Internet Explorer unsuccessfully. All our other computers had Windows Internet Explorer and I never had any problems writing the blog on them. They told me to bring it in after lunch and they’d fix me right up.
|Greg and Karen having a Anniversary Kiss.|
|Grandson Tyler thinking of his New Year's resolution.|
|Sanford still enjoying the toy pig he got for Christmas.|
Since it was nearing 2:00 we stopped at A&W for a special late lunch again using a coupon.
Once back at the apartment I started prepping the laundry and by the time I got to the laundry room had no problems doing the wash. Once I had everything drying I was helping Kathy getting the toiletries and summer clothing packed to bring to the trailer.
By the time I returned with the folded laundry we were both getting tired and hungry. So for the second time in one day we went out for a late supper at the Swiss Chalet. We used a gift card we received for Christmas and enjoyed a delicious Chicken Wrap dinner.
Kathy and I would like to wish all our readers a
Safe and Happy New Yearsand if you go out and drink to celebrate the occasion please use a designated driver or an alternate way of getting home. We truly would be very sorry to read of anyone getting hurt or worse.
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It’s about time.
Office Jokes, Quotes, and Anecdotes
The relationship between bosses and assistants is kind of like the one between parents and children: the latter thinks the former is boring, uptight, and uncool; the former finds the latter lazy, selfish, and entitled. They're both a little right and a little wrong.
Lilt Marcus, Save the Assistants: A Guide to Surviving and Thriving in the Workplace