It's becoming real....tomorrow is my last day working from home!
I know, I cannot believe it myself! I haven't had the heart to tell Cooper, it will break his little puppy dog heart and I'm not telling Milo because he will be so happy he might do a jig. I, on the other hand, am feeling quite conflicted about the upcoming change. My mind is spinning with a million questions. Will I be able to handle having The Boss around for eight full hours. Has Mike doubled down on the whole God thing? I remember him saying, in passing, that this virus was "Gods plan". I know my Boss callus isn't going to be as strong as before the quarantine, but I will not be able to handle any of the God talk from Mike and Wayne! I may need to bring a bottle of something stronger than Coke and put it in my desk drawer for emergencies.
Am I going to be able to fit into any of my work clothes? I started with the best intentions - I was working out when the quarantine began, but that quickly fell by the wayside. Instead of exercising, I found new things to eat and discovered that I kinda like cooking. Yes, for those of you wondering, I finished the coconut macaroons last night and they were glorious! As I mentioned before, maybe Weight Watchers is in my future....
How are we all going to do in the new building? Remember, Rachel, Drew and I will be in the same area; are we going to be able to function together in a small space? Will we get along? Will Rachael flirt with Drew (please, no)? Will Drew continue to chew that awful tobacco and spit it in a cup on his desk? Again, I really think I need to pack alcohol in my desk drawer. I might hit the liquor store tonight.
Will business pick up or will we all be sitting around looking at each other waiting for the phones to ring? I know at home I could take a nap when nothing was going on; I somehow think those actions might be frowned upon at the new building. Maybe I should call in sick on Monday...
Well, I do know that whatever happens it will be an adventure! I am also sure that The Boss will be doing something annoying and/or hilarious. I hope I still am able to effectively roll my eyes. I was a master at it, but I have been a bit out of practice with the quarantine and all. Any bets on how long I can last without an eye roll on Monday?
Have a wonderful weekend and we will reconvene on Monday evening - I'm sure I will have a story or two to share with the group.