Days Inn and Suites Collingwood
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... manager for our department. Upon hearing I was from Scotland, he commented that he was going to be looking for a good bottle of Scotch tonight as a gift for a friend. Cue long-winded bout of verbiage as I brain-dumped all whisky trivia I have ever accrued in my life on this poor guy. Oh god, I mentioned peat smoking and cherry-soaked barrels and Angels' share and how it takes character to be a whisky drinker these days and how Scots spell ...
... quickly. Also, it helped that our trainer was very friendly and informal so the jokes could flow freely. It wasn't very tasking either, luckily, as my blood level continues to be so low I am in a constant state of dizzy dreaminess. We spent the morning going over policies, procedures and etiquette. There is the twenty-ten rule, which basically dictates the distance at which we are supposed to physically and verbally acknowledge ...
... felt a bit lightheaded with hunger and sugar cravings just as it got dark. It hasn't been snowing much the past few days; and so the roads are icy and brown and the escarpment looks a bit bare for all that the snow guns are buzzing pretty much constantly. I hope it is not like this all winter? A few people are moving out of our house, apparently. It is like musical chairs, ...
... this. The whole UKIP debacle/ 2015 UK general election preys on my mind constantly pretty much, hence my patience and energy reserves for small talk on the subject are scant. I made some comment about the whole system seeming Kafka-esque, but the phone guy had never heard of Franz Kafka. I briefly told him the plot of The Castle and he seemed intrigued, saying he would add it his reading list. I probably should, too, come to think of it! Then I spent a bit ...
... mean more to someone else. Someone else, I suspect, could navigate this day far better than me, say the right thing, jump the right way when the order came, try a lot harder. I feel like things are within my reach, but I am not convinced I want to reach so I hesitate. The moment stretches out into days. I began with another lie in, yawn, I really am becoming sort of lazy. But then, not long after I was up, ...