And I don’t know about you, but the week has whipped by – and you made it, well done.

If you’re in parts of Florida that have been hit by Ian – I hope you’re safe and getting all the help you need. It’s hard to wrap my head around the photos I’ve been seeing from Ft. Myers. If you want to help, but don’t know who to give to, World Central Kitchen is always solid and they’re already there.

I’m not familiar with mutual aid societies in that area, but some searching on Twitter will probably help you find folks on the ground who live in the affected communities doing the work.

Ian has also mucked up my weekend plans, and I know I am insanely lucky that a postponed event is the only thing I have to deal with – but I’m still bummed about that.

Work has been very nice and quiet this week, which is nice. I did finish testing a feature and sent the product managers screenshots of it all and got back, “Oh wait, did we actually decide to do X? (They did.) That was a mistake.” So, that isn’t as done as I had hoped, LOL.

Really hoping this daily “what I did today/what’s on tap for tomorrow” thing I have to do for my team lead is temporary or I get used to it. It’s not hard to do it – but it is making me very self-conscious of what I choose to to work on vs just doing my thing, which is get shit done by the deadline. But if it helps the team lead get his arms around our capacity, and shows him I don’t sit around staring at the ceiling all day…

I KNOW he’s just trying to keep track of things because we have too much to do and not enough people. But my brain…whew it does still feel like, “You don’t think I’m working and have to watch me.”

Welp, time to go do the thing and document every minute, LOL. You have a great day and try not to let your boss micromanage you too much.

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