Tuesday, November 03, 2009


When I was on the course on Saturday, the guy giving the training had two rules. First was “be on time” and the second was… “no clicky pens”. He even gave us pens that it required no clicking to try and ensure this rule was enforced. Apparently he has stopped meetings in the past to tell someone they are clicking their pen. I feel I don’t want to get on the wrong side of this man.

My team have moved to a new part of the building. The move went fairly well, despite my computer having no network connection and having to get that fixed. I think I was not in the best mood yesterday and one of my team actually asked me if I was ok because I “wasn’t my normal cheery self”. I did concede that I was perhaps not in that great a mood, primarily due to a headache (and the IT guy not being able to speak without slurring all his words together). I think I should really take some leave from work and it is beginning to take its toll that I haven’t; had any proper time off work since July. It isn’t that long until Christmas now, but I should perhaps give some thought to taking some time off to rest and relax, except G wouldn’t be able to do so at the same time, so it wouldn’t be ideal. So at the moment I will try and get some more sleep and see if that does the trick instead.



Get those maps out and start booking. Take time off! You're not a blinkin' machine woman. (Suffolk is very nice) :) TFx

Random Reflections said...

TF - when I ask for time off I'll say you made me do it!

Suffolk is a good suggestion, I will look into that.

Kahless said...

Clearly he has a click phobia. Maybe test it out by taking something else that clicks along, and she what happens.

Random Reflections said...

Kahless - I wouldn't want to mess with this chap. He might kill me - or at least evict me from the training. He is quite scary!