... Bless Her, she may be incredibly good at identifying risks but I think that she really needs to work on her impact analysis as the roads were clear and traffic was flowing freely. However her argument was that she didn't need to go in to the office and consequently was not going to go in. That argument is probably valid for at least 50% of her time but she has only pulled it out because there is an inch of rapidly thawing snow on the ground. Ho hum!
The net result is that I have listened to several halves of conversations as she has busily progressed through her day. I'm not sure which are worse; the ones about circuit decommissioning, about which I know nothing, or the personal chatty ones, where she recounts our comings and goings and I get to spot the exaggerations and omissions. Either way it is not an environment that is conducive to me getting my head down and concentrating on Leadership training modules so in the end I give up and take the dogs around the Three Miler.*
As I left the house the snow had turned to a cold rain and there was little left on the ground by the time I returned home and took lunch.
The afternoon was much like the morning and I alternated between work and sanding the dining room floor to fill my time until I could stop and light the fire.
Tomorrow I get to meet up with IM at the nearest Circle of Hell and see what my performance appraisal was for last year.
---* I love her dearly but I am so used to working in silence that I find her work conversations incredibly distracting.