So, yesterday the store manager called and politely asked if I'd come in early. I, just as politely, said yes since it meant I'd get to leave earlier. However, I didn't get in my speed walk on the treadmill. Rats. Because my shift for today is scheduled to start at 10:30, I'll need to type this fast to try and get a couple miles in. We'll see how fast that happens.
And work was busy in the morning. I have more than enough measures for the week, and my sales are fine, too.
I did finally get an email yesterday from Barnes & Noble that my account has been approved and is ready to publish. They seemed slow out of the starting gate right from the beginning. The first problem was that they didn't accept digitally signed W9s and there was nothing in their instructions that noted this. The sentence regarding signatures just said that my W9 needed to be signed. It took almost a month of arguing emails between the two of us before someone told me that. Interestingly enough, they now accept digital signatures. And then the approval process to activate my account took forever, literally months. Son of a bitch!
For those wondering, my daffodils are just about ready to burst into bloom.
In total agreement!!!Delete
If Republicans should be afraid of any Democrats should be Pete. We need more than just him we need like 60 of him in the Democratic Party.ReplyDelete
We have bulbs coming up all over the yard but the ones that are in bloom already or the winter lawn crocus. They seem to have littered and exploded all over the lawn .. pretty
I never did the crocus thing, but the bright yellow of daffodils is always welcome.Delete
I have been thinking that your climate is pretty much on par with ours over here, but gosh those daffs are way ahead of mine!ReplyDelete
They're close to the house so that might be giving them a bit of a boost.Delete