There are some days when you really wish you’d stayed in bed. Today was close to being one of those days. First, I woke up with a head cold. I don’t feel awful but I’ve spent the day sneezing and blowing my nose. I have gone through a lot of Kleenex. Second, we were awarded a bid by one of the cities and I got all of the paperwork printed, signed by my boss, and I notarized it all. I scanned and emailed it all to the purchasing agent at the city and about 3 hours later, I dropped off the FedEx with the wet ink copies…which is what they call the originals. 10 minutes after I dropped it off, the purchasing agent calls and one of the forms had the wrong bid number on it so I have to get the correct copy filled out, signed, and then notarize it. Then I’ll scan it to the city and send another FedEx for a single piece of paper. He had three hours to call me but waited until after I’d sent the FedEx. Okay, I can deal with that but I don’t really want to right now. I’m trying to get one more signature for my safety meeting sign-in sheet and he’s playing hard to get. I have to have it sent in before I leave and I have to be out of here in about forty minutes. I have someone’s approved expense report to scan to the corporate office. I also have a printer issue that I need to get handled and another stack of safety forms to send to the transportation department before I leave. And then I need to rush home, feed and water my feral and stray critters, take my medications, eat dinner, and be on a SARK call at 7:30. So, I’m going to say good-bye for now so I can rush around and get all of this accomplished. Oh, and my husband has made homemade cheese and onion enchiladas so there is a bright light at the end of this tunnel!
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