Curtis had a busy day with a lot of tickets but also some other things.
He setup a couple of new laptops for people, as well as having a few meetings.
He had a meeting regarding one of the projects he is working on. This was a very successful meeting and he was very pleased with how it went.
After that, he and his team had a chat with regards to a few contingency plans for coronavirus things.
Curtis also had a 1:1 and did a few other things throughout the day. Unfortunately, it also felt like a long day, so long and busy!
Today the decision was made that going forward people should work from home. Kim spent a lot of her day helping set that up, reaching out to vendors to cancel all visits and deliveries for the coming weeks.
In the afternoon the team had a meeting about events and how that is looking and how we are wanting to plan those. Which is great news for Kim as it means she will be able to start visiting some of the venues to see if they work for her.
On her way home Kim stopped to pick up a sports bra to complete her costume for her upcoming routine.
She then rushed home to get to her pole class. They learnt such a fun move and Kim really enjoyed it!
While they were waiting to go into open pole to train for the competition an email went out from the organisers saying that its been postponed. It’s not great news, but Kim could really do with the time to get her routine perfect, so she isnt too upset.
Curtis got home and got a lot of admin/cleaning done.
Curtis emptied all the bins, recycling, regular and organic.
He then did some cleaning, wiping down all the counters and vacuuming.
After this, Curtis made himself hoisin chicken and pasta, which was a lot of food, but delicious.
Curtis played a lot of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare – WarZone, which is a new mode of Call Of Duty that has come out recently, so he did that.
Mr & Mrs Hale