It's in the low 90's. (I feel so petty complaining when poor Sue in CA had 110 degrees last week!) Nonetheless I am going to complain like crazy.
I've had a pretty hectic week and was in no mood to cook. So I sent DH to Subway for this take-out dinner.
Yesterday I had another of those useless training classes in a far away place. Our GSM (Guest Service Manager) and I left at 5:30 a.m. to attend a 9:00 a.m. meeting. We got home about 7:00 p.m. The meeting was useful to him, but it's nothing I have ever done, nor will I ever, so it was a waste of 14 hours for me. Except that I got a "point". Our hotel chain has a point system that must be achieved. Training is fine, but to train someone (me) in something I don't even do just to get the almighty "point" is totally useless.
Needless to say, I didn't accomplish anything else for the whole day.
Since I missed work yesterday I was playing catch up all day today. It was over 80 degrees in the office. I consider that inhumane working conditions for someone wearing these
Throw a hot flash in the mix and let me tell you, it's miserable!
Everyone in the office complains, but it does no good. Our General Manager and Chief Engineer insist that the air conditioning is working. (They are both very intelligent men. I can't understand how they think it's working when it's set at 70 and it's over 80????) I know zip about mechanical things, but even I know IT IS NOT WORKING.)
I jokingly told the Executive Housekeeper that if they didn't get it cooled off in there, I was going to walk out and go home. Of course, I didn't do it. But I am getting sick of working in an oven. One of these days I just might do it.
I haven't rebelled like that since the early 1970's when we had a sit-in to demonstrate our disagreement with not being allowed to wear pants in school. Anybody remember "sit-ins"? We all sat outside on the school lawn instead of going to class, holding signs & chanting things like "No pants, no school."
Of course we all wore our bell bottoms to the sit -in . LOL............those were the days...................