You know, those blanket thingies that you sleep under? Generally you stuff a Down Blanket into the Duvet cover and you fasten the end by means of buttons or zippers. Usually that's the bottom of the blanket that goes AT THE FOOT OF THE BED. You catching what I'm dropping here?
I've been staying in this camp on and off since last year. Apparently they are incapable of hiring cleaning staff that know how to place a duvet on the bed. The only things they do in the room is clean the sink, toilet, shower and make the bed. You think that they would know how to perform all tasks without fail but that would be too easy I suppose.
So since last year I've had to remake my bed 9 times out of 10. This is not an exaggeration. To make it even more headbandingly frustrating, we have 2 rooms. 2 Duvets. 2 Duvets that they purposely flip around every gawd damn day so the buttons & tag is place at our pillows. This absolutely drives me fucking INSANE. They get paid per room that is occupied. This is their job. They are nit picky about everything we do at this bloody
|What you can't see is the arrow is pointing to the tag and buttons. I flipped the end of the duvet to clearly see this to avoid any confusion.|
One thing that just occurred to me is that I only wrote 1 note.
PS. The winds have changed and the smoke is creeping back again. The Richardson fire is still out of control at 561,260 hectares.
Bitumont Complex resources include:
- approximately 780 firefighters from Alberta, BC, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Mexico
- 40 helicopters
- 96 pieces of heavy equipment including water trucks, nodwells and bulldozers
- 99 command and support staff.
|The view from the bus at 7am this morning. This is not cloud cover.|