(See the Karyn's comment to yesterday’s post.)
One of the things I’m supposed to have arranged is uniforms (actually just “work clothing,” since the goal is to provide adequate personal protection from work hazards—like long sleeves, flame-retardant material, and so on—not necessarily “uniformity.”) I need to change our contract with the clothing and laundry service to reflect our new name and ownership.
The lockers are part of the work clothing program, and I’ll need to get a bunch of new locks and reassign some lockers.
And those are just a couple of details I had forgotten.
What’s funny is, my standard joke to employees who have a problem with our work clothing program is that, “Well, you could always work naked. But OSHA would have a problem with that. Not to mention your co-workers.” It usually gets a laugh.
I imagine they laugh because they’re remembering that dream of yours, Karyn. It's one that all of us have from time to time.
In any case, your comment put my imagined pressures into perspective. We’ll all get through this, and it’ll be OK.
If I can remember where my clothes are, as I'm searching for the room my next class is in.
Thanks. I think.