I got a call from DC yesterday am that they had a flood overnight and had to have an emergency closure. I only work 12-3:30, so Mh rearranged his day to keep them home. DC called at 6pm to say they would also be closed today. MH was supposed to come from a meeting and meet me at school at 12:30. He was 30 min late. So I had two toddlers in a classroom with 30 6th grade girls for 20 min. It was awesome. OMG. The girls loved it, but what a circus.
Post by MsNicole06 on Apr 21, 2017 13:16:07 GMT -5
Some days I think I'm putting out a forest fire with a garden hose.
This has pretty much been the whole week at work. Of course it was a week I had to leave early one day and had a middle of the afternoon Dr appt on Friday. Side note how can they always been running behind?. It should be a quick in and out follow up. So far 30 minutes post appt time and no Dr.
I took a day off yesterday, so I missed what I thought was a very unimportant meeting. One of my jr staff members covered it. I found out that most of the meeting was spent trying to bully my staff member into managing something that I stated in the last meeting that we would not pick up. There was no confusion - I said, "We're not picking that up. My managers were clear. They do not want me or my team involved in that." Apparently they were screaming at her to do it - which is why I used the term "Bully".
My colleague and I told our bosses (we have 2 bosses) that morale is very low, and pointed to examples and reasons why. So now they're mad at us.
The good news is that all of this has reinforced my decision to leave. 100%. I made the RIGHT CALL.
I am worried about the weather this weekend-- supposed to rain. DNW to be stuck in the house with 2 crazies all weekend. Well 3 crazies if you count H. Being able to go outside and let the kids run around there makes the weekend so much more enjoyable.
Up next: DD sees a cardiologist Wednesday. The GI and Ped talked and think she may have POTS - a tachycardia syndrome that really does check a lot of the boxes. The ped called this guy and he worked her in.
That same day I have a PT conference for DS - we just had regular conferences 6 weeks ago, and this one is reason unknown and totally unprecedented. Stressing me out.
Just went through the incredibly huge stack of papers from backpacks. DH has apparently decided as a SAHD his responsibility ends at pulling shit out of folders and shoving it in a pile. I thought he was AT LEAST dealing with shit with due dates. Well, DS's picture proofs were in the pike with an order due date of April 12. Luckily I could do orders online, so he gets to live. Today.
2chatter hopefully they are on the right track to figure something out. Half the stress is not knowing and knowing what to do.
Dh's MRI showed all is well except for inflamed sinuses. We knew that. He starts weekly allergy shots. Problem being he is still dizzy. ENT is sending him to a neurologist for a check, which sucks. I juse want all of this medical stuff to be over so we can focus on normal life things like jobs, and how to get kids where they need to be, and bills, and can we afford these home improvements. Normal life worries.
rere26 - did they mention vertigo at all? My Dad had that issue - his vertigo was worst when his allergies were in full swing or he was tired.
The ENT is acting like the dizzy /vertigo and sinus are two different issues, which is frustrating because they seem to be very related. This all started when he got a sinus infection months ago and he has had allergies for most of our marriage.
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