You might remember me telling you of a recent run in I had with
an impatient jerk a deer.
A police officer that I supervise came to tell me that she and her husband were expecting their first child. I’m thrilled for them.
She was not sure how to start notifying our administrative staff and asked me to help. I was happy to do it. We went to Human Resources section and found the person that I knew would do the best job for her.
She announced her pregnancy to the Human Resources Specialist…and there was much rejoicing.
Because our job is very physical, those who are temporarily unable to do the job for medical reasons are assigned to “light duty”.
As I sorted through the mail the other day, I tossed an envelope that said “card enclosed” to the side and was about to shred it on the assumption that it was another credit card offer. On my way to the shredder, I realized that the envelope contained my AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) card. I am aware that I am aging, but it is quite another thing to have that fact confirmed by an organization whose business it is to know of such things.(If they were alive, The Ramones would be in AARP now. Gabba Gabba, we accept you, one of us.) Read the rest of this entry »
When someone mentions another person to me, my mind conjures up a picture of that person. My little mind pictures are pretty accurate. Pretty much.
When someone from a different section at work became seriously ill, word spread quickly. Things didn’t look good. Really not good. Quite not good. Read the rest of this entry »