Curtis had a couple of meetings in the morning.
One meeting was about a project which is just getting going. This had to involve some people outside of Curtis’ team so that he could gather some information from them.
The other meeting was to meet a new person in one of the teams, who replaced someone that recently left the company. This was a good meeting and was good to get introduced to him. He isn’t new to the company but he is new to the role.
Curtis got a laptop setup for someone and also did a lot of tickets during the day, some of which were in person so he got a bit of a walk, too.
Curtis ended the day with some training which he was glad to get in.
Kim started her day by moving furniture in the kitchen to make room for the pizza party at lunch time!
After this Kim worked on the shopping for next week and sorted that order out. She then went back into the kitchen to set up the laptop and help with the pizzas being set out.
The pizza party today was in celebration of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics as the company did a lot of work for that! Kim had the projector set up playing highlights of the Olympics and everyone ate pizza!
In the afternoon Kim made a few more games / things to do for valentine’s day tomorrow.
She also cleaned up all the cupboards in the kitchen, organised things behind her desk and attempted to fix the latch on the boardrooms door frame. Unfortunately she didnt have the right screws so will try again tomorrow.
Kim stayed a little later again today and then ran around and played cupid to give everyone little choccies on their desk to come in to tomorrow as ‘cupid has been overnight’! The only headache was that she ran out, so she had to run across the street to pick up a few more for the last desks.
Curtis got home and watched hockey.
Kim had to rush home from work after leaving late so she could make it to training!
Kim got to training but struggled with the first class. She bounced back in the 2nd class and had a really successful and good time.
We packed a little for our weekend trip, but we don’t need to take too much!
Mr & Mrs Hale