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Old 12-29-2006, 11:11 PM   #376
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As of January 1, my position is salaried, not hourly. Tomorrow is the last time I will punch in and out!

I am getting a FOUR WEEK paycheck on January 12 because the salaried positions get paid in advance, so I get catch-up pay for the previous two weeks and then the regular check for the next.

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As of January 1, my position is salaried, not hourly. Tomorrow is the last time I will punch in and out!

I am getting a FOUR WEEK paycheck on January 12 because the salaried positions get paid in advance, so I get catch-up pay for the previous two weeks and then the regular check for the next.

What is your employer thinking?!
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What is your employer thinking?!
They know I'm actually relieved that I don't have to watch my hours by the minute or take three-hour lunches anymore to avoid getting any sort of overtime out of them!
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Old 12-30-2006, 11:09 AM   #379
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It's my brother's birthday today. He never wants to do anything about his birthday since it's so close to the holidays. But this year since it's a Saturday he decided he wanted to go to a movie and out to dinner. The movie?

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What a waste of money!

The dinner thing doesn't sound like a good idea either. I have eaten anything but crackers and toast since yesterday. I should be ok to eat but the thought of it still makes me nervous
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Rocky.....I am so sorry.

N and I are going to go see Night at the Museum later.......
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It's my brother's birthday today. He never wants to do anything about his birthday since it's so close to the holidays. But this year since it's a Saturday he decided he wanted to go to a movie and out to dinner. The movie?

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What a waste of money!

The dinner thing doesn't sound like a good idea either. I have eaten anything but crackers and toast since yesterday. I should be ok to eat but the thought of it still makes me nervous
Rocky?

See if the restaurant has any soup. Soup might be the next best step up from the stomach virus diet.

My day started out weird. I got a call from work (not the center I work at, but the other center with the pools, tennis courts, etc.). They said one of their participants "went down" while playing tennis and they thought he might be one of the seniors who used to go to my center. They wanted to know if I had an emergency contact number for him. He didn't really come their that often anymore, but I went down to my office and I had an old card on him, so I gave it them the number and asked them what was wrong, was he unconscious? They said, "He passed."

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Rocky?

See if the restaurant has any soup. Soup might be the next best step up from the stomach virus diet.

My day started out weird. I got a call from work (not the center I work at, but the other center with the pools, tennis courts, etc.). They said one of their participants "went down" while playing tennis and they thought he might be one of the seniors who used to go to my center. They wanted to know if I had an emergency contact number for him. He didn't really come their that often anymore, but I went down to my office and I had an old card on him, so I gave it them the number and asked them what was wrong, was he unconscious? They said, "He passed."




My cousin works at a senior place too. I think she plans the entertainment for the day. She said it's strange playing bingo with one of them one day and then coming to work the next day to find out they died in the middle of the night.
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My cousin works at a senior place too. I think she plans the entertainment for the day. She said it's strange playing bingo with one of them one day and then coming to work the next day to find out they died in the middle of the night.
Sounds like she's an activity director in a nursing home/assisted living facility? Cool . I do the same thing, but I work for a city rec center, so the seniors come and go as they please. We pick up the ones who don't drive twice a week to come to the center. Thankfully, they don't pass away often, but when they do, it seems to come in threes. Another senior passed away Tuesday morning. He had lung cancer, but no one knew about it.
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wow what a contrast.

Watching CNN. They show Iraqi's celebrating in the streets that Sadaam is dead and then they went to President Ford's somber ceremony.........

contrast, contrast, contrast..............
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Sounds like she's an activity director in a nursing home? Cool .
That's it. I couldn't think of the actual title!
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What an awful movie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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It took 3 hours to drive to Disney MGM Studios this afternoon. It usually only takes a little over an hour . It took us about an hour to get from exit 60 to exit 62. We could have walked faster . There was an accident, plus one of the state roads was closed, so people had to divert to the interstate I think. People were driving up and down the emergency lanes and we saw one car get stuck in the dirt when they went off road to try and turn around (been there, done that, not doing it again ). We just went to see the Osborne lights and have dinner. Then my sister started having "digestive problems" in the car on the way home.

This had been a weird day .

The lights were pretty though .
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^did you see in the "what are you doing for New Years?" thread thios post? zoney and schmeg seem to be heading towards the happiest place on earth........*jealous*
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going to the movie tomorrow afternoon.........fog rolled in this evening.
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