Curtis had no meetings today which was great!
He started the day writing a script for something which took a bit of fighting with but he got it working.
Once he did that, he did some other tickets and some other work and then all of a sudden, it was lunch time!
After lunch, Curtis did a bit more work and then watched the new restrictions be announced for the province, which means no more hockey for at least 2 more weeks and also a few more restrictions like mandatory masks in public indoor spaces, finally!
Kim started her day by replying to a few emails about the facilities project and then updating the offer letter she put together yesterday. She spent the rest of the morning catching up on other smaller admin tasks.
At midday Kim hosted the social lunch hour. Only one employee joined so they just had a little chat and it was lovely. After this meeting Kim joined the recruitment meeting and provided a few updates on things there.
Kim then spent some time working on a couple of other Job Descriptions before joining the weekly team meeting. In this meeting Kim went over the updates for the facilities project and a few other things.
Everyone from that call went on to another call to have a chat with someone who will be starting shortly. It was so lovely to meet her and learn about some of the handover process.
For the rest of the day Kim looked into the new COVID restrictions here in BC and also worked on the facilities project.
First Application Submitted!
After work, Kim made a really nice roasted chicken tray bake, which had a Mediterranean taste to it, with some potatoes and a salad. It was pretty tasty!
We watched TV whilst we ate and then after we got both of our applications completed for the PR!
We are still waiting on some documents to come in, but we are hoping we can start the application process without the documents at the moment.
We submitted just Kim’s profile first, and then it was accepted right away! Due to this, Curtis submitted his and was also accepted right away!
Curtis then applied for the provincial nomination, which we couldn’t do until the other one was done, this helps to get a faster turn around as we have jobs! This way, we can get our bridging visa whilst the permanent residence is being sorted. (And need the bridging visa for May!)
Kim then went out to get herself an ice cream and we then were able to relax and watch some more TV and play some games together.
Mr & Mrs Hale