Louise and I have been busy of late with quite a lot of transceiver training. I love it when lots of people are interested in keeping themselves safe on the mountain.
Generally, people half the time it takes them to find a buried transceiver during the afternoon session - this could easily make the difference between digging your friend out in time or not.
They always say that revenge is a
dish best served cold, and since I work in a warehouse that's cold all the
time, I guess I'm the best person to serve up revenge. I had a best friend that
I worked with, and I used to go to school with her too. We both will submit
each other's forms, if the other person forgets to do it, or if it can't be
done for some reason. In the warehouse where we work, doctors form have to be
submitted on a daily basis, in order to get paid, and to complete our work. P.S. If you might be wondering where on earth I had discovered the idea of having this phony excuse for work, then you will be interested in reading this drs note blog articles.
Here's how my friend you betrayed me, not once, but twice. I forgot to turn in my forms, because I had left work early one day. I had to go see Dr. Tesla, and I knew I wouldn't be back in time to turn in my doctors note for the day. I asked my friend to do it for me, and I came back the next day, and I found out that she hadn't turned in the slip from doctors. I was upset, because that means that I would have a delay in getting my pay. I asked her what had happened.
She made some excuse saying that she forgot to turn in my forms. I let her know that in the future, I hope she would be more careful. Here is another example of how she betrayed me. I was going to miss work for a couple days, because I wasn't feeling well, but I couldn't get a legitimate doctor's note. I had to go on the internet and look up for doctors note, and after finding a template, I decided to print off the note, and turn it in to my boss. I was stupid enough to tell my friend about the fake doctors note.
When I came back to work, I was called into my bosses office, and I'm told that the excuses I gave to miss work recently, were not being accepted, and that I had to make up my missed days, or I would be fired. When I asked what was going on, I was told that someone had reported that my doctors document, and without making up my days, I would be fired. I thought that I had escaped that dilemma when I had presented that doctor note to my boss. I was wrong. I knew it was my friend, and that's when I realized that she deliberately didn't file my recent physician form.
It turns out that my best friend is fond of my boyfriend, because I overheard her talking to someone else about him. I decided to give some private information I knew about her to my boss, and she no longer has a job to go back to. Revenge really is sweet!
P.S. If you might be wondering where on earth I had discovered the idea of having this phony excuse for work, then you will be interested in reading this drs note blog articles.
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