Roses and Thorns in the Work Place:
Veterans day in retirement community = spending extra time and attention on some very sweet, very proud world war 2 vets
Lunch out with said vets was so much fun and such a success
Danced with very cute residents this evening to some old patriotic tunes
Got reminded today why I love the 110 + residents I work for and was lit up like a Christmas tree with joy in stewardship.
Slipped in water spilled by a resident whilst flower arranging. Bruised my pride- twisted my knee - it hurt ll day - and still does now.
My decisions in regards to vet care for our house cats was brutally rebuffed and I was made to feel like a useless schlub by my boss even though I was well planned, meticulous, and clearly communicating my intentions.
Got into an email altrication with a co-worker after cc- ing my boss on an email I sent him requesting a meeting over a daily activity that we are jointly failing in. I received an email back from him today not to set up a meeting or discuss anything- but instead for him to tell me that I need to stop blaming him for not being able to do my job well - and he cc d that to my boss. How in the world is that appropriate?
His email succeeded in achieving its sole purpose- to make the young blonde activity director cry in her car on the way home.
This co-worker, myself, and my boss are having a meeting over this tomorrow. Not to "pass blame" my boss says - but to solve the problem. Yeah right.
I want the problem fixed and I don't want him to re-nig on covering my Thanksgiving weekend off but I'm not going to back down on this- I may have cried into my steering wheel tonight but I'm still super pissed and believe that I am right. How dare he chastise me - he has no business condescending me and I' m not going to take it lying down.
So this day has equally been rays of sunshine and shit.
And I'm exhausted. So I'm going to watch The Ugly Truth and go to bed.
And that's all she wrote.