Whoops. There I go again. In the doghouse.
One comment. Just one little comment. One little snide remark at the end of a blog post and I'm back in the doghouse once more.
Two days a week I am actually assigned somewhere and have a regular supervisor. Wednesdays I'm in the comm room and work under Sgt Puddle. And Thursdays I'm out ramping around B-yard working for Sgt Uncle T. The other three days I'm a loose end and work for whoever needs me. It's not a bad gig. Since I'm "utility" I'm actually assigned to Sgt Archer but since I never get to work with him it's kind of strange. And a bit frustrating.
Sgt Puddle is easy to get along with as long as I do my job and don't cause him any headaches. I try to be nice as he has enough to worry about with that crew of dangerous miscreants he has up there in the control center.
Speaking of those miscreants, I got a good look at Miz Vinnie's butt tonight out in the parking lot. As I suspected, it was well worth looking at. I look forward to the next time!
And I usually don't have to worry about working with Sgt Uncle T. After a week of putting up with St Francis and Sausage and Kermit he usually welcomes me on Thursdays with open arms. Amazingly enough, he considers me the "Good CO" out there.
But apparently he took that (grinz at Sgt Uncle T) remark after mentioning Lollipop Day to heart.
Of course if I hadn't ridden him so hard about the lollipops in the first place, he probably wouldn't have taken it that way. So I guess it's my fault. I just can't resist poking the bear with a stick now and then just to hear him growl.
So I'm sure I'll be doing alot of walking and getting the snit detail tomorrow. Ah, well.
It was worth it.
Hee hee hee!
Hopefully tomorrow won't be something quite so personally hazardous to my health. Let's see, shall we? Ah, yes.
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