Joe, hope work continues to be productive and rewarding in whatever way. Sorry you couldn't see J.
Ted, if being the Choir Director is something you enjoy, and obviously you are good at, and they need you, I hope it works well for you. My issue would be when you work back to back 12 hour shifts, your commitment to getting up and going to church is just crazy. I wouldn't do that. But I'm older than you and can't handle it. Hope you enjoy your fast internet.
Nel, as I was reading your post I was saying to myself "he needs a mood stabilizing medication". Sounds like the coworker that quit recently rather than float. His personality, especially since I do charge a lot, is one I could not deal with very well. Not getting along and complaining about 4 people would be a red flag to me in HR that the problem isn't everyone else, but him.
Herring, why would neighbors spending time on a balcony across the street annoy anyone?
J22, I see the work drama continues. Always something.
I had a flash about the pyscho nurse when I saw her last night. I told her "are you talking about the time I called you in when you were on call and you never answered or came in? Yes, I did talk about you that night. I said you were wrong for doing that" Her answer was "yes, and you canceled me you didn't put me on call and I have evidence on my phone". I asked to see it and she showed a text of a message she said was from me which didn't say anything about being canceled. I said, I didn't leave a message, we talked live and I put you on call. So it's basically her word against mine. I never cancel, I always put people on call. She also was a no-call no show a few weeks prior to that. Of course, she's going to get away with it, but hopefully will be held accountable. Anyway, she stuck her nose up in the air and scooted off. During our bedside report we are all smiles with each other in front of the patient at least.
Off today and the termite inspection is this morning. I'm hoping for good news, but the pessimist in me knows pretty much it's going to be bad news and costly. But the optimist in me hopes not. The realist in me is sitting still and taking what comes.
Other than that, I hope to work out some, cook and relax. Working this weekend. Need to straighten up before the bug person gets here.
Have a great day.