still learning's Blog
Not sure if this has been blogged about yet, just wondering what your thoughts are? Too much too soon, or What a wonderful blended family! They're already calling themselves a family. I think it's telling how the daughter is front and center, a hand of each of daddy's legs, and edging step girlfriend out of the photo. Did any of you take "family" Christmas photos with your then bf and skids after 6 months?
I love the Netflix series "Queer Eye." I just watched an episode where the Fab 5 were making over a man who had been with his SO for several years, had two kids together, and she had a daughter. The skid, probablly 8 or 9 decided that she didn't want to sleep downstairs in the house they were living in so the parents allowed her to have the master bedroom upstairs while they lived in the basement. Bobby (house, interior design, etc) said, "Oh no, that's not okay." Bobby was of the mindset like most of us who know better, that kids don't get everything they want or to kick the parents ou
This has been an ongoing issue with ss33. He will get really close to DH when he wants/needs something then flee and not talk to DH for 6 months if DH is unable to meet a request. The entire time DH is moping and feeling bad that ss won't talk to him. Then suddenly ss reappears and needs to borrow DH's truck and all is good again like nothing ever happened. Chase, disappear, repeat.
I have been sleuthing because I need to know what exH's current place of employment is for CS purposes. I know that last year he was fired and had gotten a new job but he would not give me the requested information. Today I remembered that anyone can call and do an employment verification as long as they have the SSN of the individual. I used to answer and transfer these calls all the time.
My director called me into her office and talked to me about manbaby who threw a fit the other day.
Our company hired a new staff member. He's a guy in his mid 20's. I get to work with him 1 day a week, on that day we are on our own just the two of us taking care of a house full of clients. I'm senior staff and he's still in the training phase so needs some reminders and still has stuff to learn.
Periodically I do a google search of myself just to make sure there's nothing weird floating around. Today I find a MyLife profile with my former name and former address but with my correct date of birth for anyone who wants to view it. Me no like. It asked it this was me and I clicked yes and it offered to control my content. I was supposed to give yet more info including email etc. I'm sure there will be some fee associated with controlling what is put out there on the web about me. Anyone else deal with this? What do you suggest?
My current job has a pretty high turn over rate and I'm working it due to the flexibility I get by being an on-call staff. I get to work when I'm available and there are other on call staff as well. At one of our locations there were three staff who left almost at the same time. This location has been notorious for being understaffed, poorly managed, and trying to get people to do an impossible amount of stressful work. Way more that should be expected of one person.