Greetings from the motel in Park City. It’s been a quiet and somewhat strange long weekend. Starting on Friday, we’ve been spending nights at a motel about 20 minutes from our home and then going home for the day. This accomplished our goal of keep the dogs protected from the celebratory war zone sounds of the fireworks. Neither J or I slept terribly well, though, and so there was a lot of napping during the day. I did enjoy three very nice, long, summer hikes, and today we’ll go back to sleeping at home.
BTW, I heard on the local news that many letters of complaint have been written about the insanely permissive fireworks laws, which are a fairly recent occurrence, and it’s possible that they may be revisited. I hope so! It would be nice to not have to flee my home for two weeks every July.
The glorious days of bosslessness end today. I anticipate him wanting to have a long chat with me, as he seems to have been quite busy at his conference in London. I didn’t achieve my dream of getting completely caught up, but I did make good progress.
Speaking of London, J and I are now seriously discussing adding a week in London to our springtime Italy adventure!
informal meeting ePARs August calendar
p card documentation
earnings to income
nursing quarterly reconciliation
letters for forgiveness of reimbursement
Eisai forgiveness of reimbursement
complete first RATS class