We were going to go for a walk when we woke up, but right as we got outside, Kim realised she had a meeting at 08:00, so we went right back in!
Curtis did some admin and then some tickets before his team meeting.
After the meeting, another meeting he had got cancelled so he did some more ticket work and then finished off the morning with training.
After lunch, Curtis had a quick meeting with someone to show them how to do a couple of things and then did a bit of project work and research.
Curtis did some more training and then played some games with his team for team building!
Kim started the day with a week a midweek catch up that is open to all offices. There were a lot less people than last week, but it we still great to see people and have a chat!
After this, Kim joined the company wide meeting.
For some of the morning Kim worked on a few quizzes. She has a fair few ideas and it doesn’t look like this working from home situation will be changing anytime soon so she might as well add a few and use them as and when!
She also worked on her spreadsheet that logs the cribbage tournament. She made it easier to read and made the scoring sytem automated! She was very proud of this as she hasn’t used some of the formulas in years!
After lunch Kim joined on a catch up call with people in her team and who sit near by. It was great to see everyone and chat to them, she has missed them all!
Straight after this Kim watched the first game of the cribbage tournament and then updated the shiney new spreadsheet with the results.
Kim then spent the rest of the afternoon setting up games for in the future.
Plenty of Booze!
We did our workout which nearly killed us today!
After that, we walked up to the liquor store to get some wine, beer and pre mixed Moscow mules, just to stock up so we have plenty for any occasion.
We got back home and were hungry, so we had a big salad to start with and then leftovers from yesterday.
We watched TV and then played some mini sticks hockey at home, which was WAY more fun for us than it should have been, but was nice to get away from a screen for a bit.
Mr & Mrs Hale