The word was given to all go back into the office this week so teleworking is done for the most part, except as needed for certain things. It’s been an adjustment getting used to waking up that much earlier in order to drive in to work. What I didn’t factor in was in teleworking being less of a work activity,… Continue Reading
About a year into working from home because of the dreaded COVID-19, we’re still not sure when we high risk employees will be back to the office. We’re just now, this year, getting around to getting the vaccine. So maybe after we’re all vaccinated with both doses, they’ll decide to… Continue Reading
Another souvenir of the COVID year(s). I got my first vaccination dose (Pfizer) courtesy of the U.S. Army this morning at Conroy Bowl. Dose #2 on March 11. Let’s hope it works as advertised!
Inbound mail package from Guam! Was it Donna Aguon (Teodosio) or Angie Duenas that sent, or one of them got them and the other mailed? Anyway, thank you! Now we can sport our reprezentin’ masks!
We’ve gone from 100% teleworking, to alternating A/B schedule, to 100% on=site except for medically documented high risk employees remaining on teleworking. The environment, the level of scare stage, whatever it’s to be called, changes. As we go into this 8th month of us teleworking, the word… Continue Reading
Last one was two degrees of separation (Vangie’s brother, his wife, and his wife’s aunt, all succumbing within a week’s span). Knowing someone in person who has direct sorrowful experience is close enough. Now… someone I do know.
Though not close and not much in touch except in WhatsApp… Continue Reading