Ice and ibuprofen... Lots of both. I know you've been through this before and you have a good feel for it.I got to 3.5 miles of my 4 mile run to easy into it and nope totally down. Right now i am barely able to put weight on it. This means two weeks of no running and because of work no hiking.
Congrats and condolences. I didn't have many sad feelings about trading off the truck of trailer. Both were nice but I knew what we were getting was nicer. On to new adventures.Well today was the day. The new owners showed up, we traveled down to the title place, transferred the title and they drove off in Foolish Mortals. So that chapter has come to an end.
Onto the next chapter with Winnie!Well today was the day. The new owners showed up, we traveled down to the title place, transferred the title and they drove off in Foolish Mortals. So that chapter has come to an end.
Never thought you would be thankful for a "major incident". And the communication person is important during a P1. We lost our corporate contact when they outsourced most of corporate IT support. When I would get texted or called about a major issue, the first thing I would ask for was a status update. I hate flying blind on these things, especially when the phones keep ringing and all we can say is; "We are aware and have tickets entered".Trying to stay off it . Well my problem was solved. We had another major incident come in so i had to move my appointment to get my glasses till tomorrow.
However these major incidents are a major pain the butt. I can't fix anything but i am the communication person so i have to stay on the call and send updates.