Curtis was up and into the office early to get the boardroom and conference room setup for a whole company meeting. Curtis just had to check that everything worked, do some testing and get a few other things setup.
The meeting went on for 1.5 hours and then Curtis had another meeting right after and then after that he had yet another meeting!
After all his meetings, Curtis got some tickets done and then had some lunch.
After lunch, there was just a couple of hours left of the day so he used them wisely and got a few more things completed.
Curtis left the office and walked home.
In the morning Kim worked on one of the new offices floor plan and spent some time moving people around to sort a room booking for someone.
At lunch Kim went to the opticians and had an eye test done. It went well but Kim will need reading glasses so soon she will be on the hunt for a pair of glasses! She also received a referral to go to the doctors in regards to the migraine she had back in September. Kim also had her eyes dilated for the exam and that was a wild ride!
As Kim couldn’t see all that much when she got back to the office she had some lunch and then cut up some fruit, carefully.
Kim spent some of the afternoon rebooking the meeting room from the morning as the booking is for March and not February.
The rest of the afternoon Kim worked on making a report for the catering requested since she started. This meant Kim went back through emails and messages and logged a the requests.
The evening was pretty eventless for Curtis. He just played some games and watched some videos.
The class Kim went to was good fun, she was only able to get one of the two moves but it was a great challenge!
Kim had an hours break before the open pole session so she relaxed in the reception area.
It’s often hit or miss with open pole and Kim, sometimes she manages a few good things and other times it is a total wipe out! Tonight’s training was brilliant.
She trained in a move from months ago and was even able to incorporate it into a combo. She was also able to practise moves she wants to use in her routine, which was brilliant!
Mr & Mrs Hale