I am a lover of irony and the above statement is a key part of the UPS Safe Work Methods training. It makes me laugh each time I have to review it with someone. Once you expect something... it is no longer unexpected. I think it's part of a conspiracy to blame all injuries on the employee.
This week has been full of things I didn't expect.
I got a new tire.
I was late to work two days too.
I now have a local, affordable, available, baby sitter.
You see, tuesday morning I was on my way to work when I hit something in the road. Causing me to get a flat, and subsequently spend $60 on a tire and arrive 3o min late to work on the first day of "peak week". Weak sauce...but the bright side..I got a new tire!
Today I had scheduled two so called job interviews... and both of them were really bussiness oppurtunities requiring an investment. Made me want to scream, slap people and make a scene. Even if I was looking for a great educational investment to begin a new career, I wouldn't do it with these people because they were decievers! I don't believe anything they said! Lying sacks of... recruiters. I was most dissapointed because I had actually paid a babysitter to watch my kids during this time. She (the baby-sitter) was great! Loved my kids and my kids loved her. Good stuff!
Anyway. Stay far away from MASONRY CONNECTION and anyone selling pre-paid funeral services.