Friday, February 27, 2009

Moving Day

They knocked down a wall and are expanding my department at work. The dust is not helping those of us who are getting over being sick which is probably around 75% of us. Everyone is crabby and cranky and I just want to tell them all to pull up their big girl panties and deal with it! I'm snotty and coughy too but I refuse to complain because complaining about anything rarely does any good.

Yesterday I received an email from T my gorgeous brown boss who looks like a Duke basketball player from the 80's updating the management team and I about the construction behind the big plastic veil.

What I had not been aware of was that behind that veil is my new office! For the last two years I've sat in a cove of sorts and soon I will have my own office away from the sales agents. I'm so excited to have my own space. It only took a little over 3 years to get it!

The Scene Girl tried really hard to get out of school today. We were so sick last week-she missed three days and I just don't feel she can afford to miss another so she can "pack". I tell her I don't want to go to work either but I am and I need to pack too.

"But you have someone to pack for you!"

She's right. I haven't packed a thing this week. Jeanie is doing it all. I've just been in charge of getting everything turned on at the new place.

I love my Jeanie! I think everyone should have one...or maybe two! He makes my life so simple and while the world complains, I am amused at my wonderful life with the gorgeous one!

This will probably be my last entry for awhile but I promise to return with new pics and videos of our moving weekend.


Lynn Jones said...

Husbands packing? Dear God, please don't tell anyone else! If this gets out we'll be asked to do housework next :-)

On a more serious note: I hope the move goes well.

The Crossdresser's Girlfriend said...

Husband? Who said anything about a husband? I have a wife.... who does as exactly what I say (dylan said that, not me)

Cassidy Brynn said...

Good luck. Have plenty of adyult bevys on hand and take breaks, often