It's about time.

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Monday, April 15, 2024

Mike’s Turn and Attempted Delivery.

 Our Location today is Windsor, Ontario.

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I should mention that we both had a fairly decent night’s sleep with only a few wakeful moments. Of course for each moment we were awake through the night, we made up for it in the morning. Being we don’t normally set the Alarm if we can help it, that’s when someone with a Private Number decides they should wake us at 8:00 this morning. We’ll have to start turning the ringers down at night again.

The next thing we did was look out the Balcony Door to witness Two Pickups and Two Supervisors from the Enwin Power Company checking what Friday’s Crew had accomplished. By the time we finished our breakfast there was nobody around, nor would we see anyone for the rest of the day.

We did manage to both enjoy an Epson Salts Footbath, which does more then sooth your feet but your body as well.

Though we had made a very long Shopping List, I had to take a few more Extra-Strength Tylenol for my Hip/Leg Pain. When we looked down Riverside Drive there seemed to be a constant flow of traffic. Being that it was also a weekday, I didn’t feel like driving in Rush-Hour Traffic. A Five Minute drive any other time, would take over a Half Hour until after supper.

Busying ourselves On-Line around 4:00 I got a call from Mike, who is a Polisher at Windsor Feedscrew. I mentioned many times in the past how I was the oldest employee next to Mile, the Owner. I also mentioned how I would calm a lot of the younger employees down, after Mile would go off on one of his Tirades. Mike was talking to Sorough today, and decided he needed my advice as well. (Two down, Three to go.) Everyone left in the plant, are really getting tired of Mile’s mood swings. Personally, I think he has lost it. It was past 5:00 when Mike was feeling better and said goodbye.

We watched all of the 6 o’clock Local News before heading over to the Zehr’s grocery store. Many of the things on our List were marked down considerably, so instead of just getting enough to get by with, we stocked up. It was past 9:30 before everything was put away in the Apartment.

Tracking the End-Table we ordered on Saturday, showed the Courier tried to deliver it Two Hours after Guardian Storage closed today. Gives us an excuse to get our Mail tomorrow.

Now we’ll keep an eye on the Calendar, because the appointments are starting to pile up.

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Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


Why can’t you take a nap during a race?

Because if you snooze, you lose!

1 comment:

  1. Perhaps business is not as good as it should be and that might reflect in Mile's behaviour as he gets frustrated. Running a business is not easy.