Back at Work

After saying I was going to bed, I did the exact opposite. I was messaging with my “roomie” and the time flew by. I crawled in just before the clock struck 12. I’m really going to try to stay with my resolve tonight.

In spite of the lateness, I woke an hour earlier than I have been. I started looking at the carpet and it was in a terrible mess. The vacuum was put to use and I took care of the high traffic areas. More than that need it, I’m sure, but that was enough to start me coughing.

The felines were fed and four of them were munching away happily. Individual bowls make it better.


My nurse friend got here right on time. She’d seen a picture on Facebook of the pallbearers for the former maintenance man at the hospital. They were all dressed in overalls in his honor. That was very appropriate. After he quit work, he was always seen in them. I looked the picture up later. His widow was in the middle with three overalled men on either side.

Most of the rest of the day was spent on figuring out and cleaning up the first two lesson helps files. I don’t know how long the editor will let the test ones stay up but you can see the original one with the rogue characters here and the one that’s cleaned up here. I’ll fix 3-13 tomorrow. Hopefully, the HTML expert will figure something out for next quarter if not this.

There’s nothing else of note to report so I’ll end this here.


4 Responses to Back at Work

  1. Mary Jane September 29, 2015 at 8:16 am #

    What a wonderful way for the pallbearers to honor their friend!

    • Tommie September 29, 2015 at 9:19 am #

      I would’ve liked to include the picture but it isn’t mine to share.

  2. Lila September 29, 2015 at 9:48 am #

    Did you take the picture of the cats with your phone or camera? The detail is really sharp! Good photography, good photographer!

    • Tommie September 29, 2015 at 9:55 am #

      Always my camera. And through the storm door. My phone stays off and in my purse.

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