Rob Driessen (rob_d) wrote,
Rob Driessen
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When you get home from work, it's almost impossible to go to bed immediately. Why? Do you have to wind down from 'stressed' to 'relaxed'? I seem to be pretty relaxed at the moment. I did have quite a good day to be honest. Slept in, finished Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets for the second time, got up, went to work, worked hard, and finished on time! Hehehe, for the first time in the six weeks I've been a manager, I finished all my work before 1 am. Now let's see if I can keep this up for the next three days. Weekend days. Busy days. And stock-counting on sunday. Uh-oh.....

Another rant... Why do technicians always need a huge timeframe if you try to make an appointment with them? "We'll be coming to check your plumbing between 8 am and noon." "Please be at home between 6pm and 10pm so we can deliver your package." Come ON, people! Is it so hard to get to my door? Is it so hard to plan your schedule in advance? My time is also valuable..... Especially when I'm trying to sleep. I'm simply gonna stay in bed and let that guy wake me tomorrow morning. After that it'll be straight back to bed.

In other good news, I'm FINALLY getting my dining table this saturday. Dad'll have to try and survive holiday trafficjams in order to get the table from Eindhoven to Maastricht. It's only 65 miles, but I wonder if it'll take him more or less than 2 hours.
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