I have told you that my beloved recently took a new job – correct?
It’s a great new job. He’s getting really good at it, but there’s definitely a learning curve, as exists with tons of new jobs. He’s been away for work 2/4 of the last weeks, so I’m GLAD to have him home.
One challenge we’ve found with Jay working at home that when 1. I walk in, 2. the dogs breathe, 3. someone knocks on the door, he’s interrupted. He does a ton of conference calling, and needed a good, albeit dorky, headset to block out some of the regular house noise.
So I bought him one.
And then we had the following conversation:
me: how’s your work day?
Jay: writing manuals
pretty niceand trying to keep up with tickets
not too bad
me: good!i knew you’d get great at this fasthave you tried out your new headset yet?
Jay: noI haven’t gotten on a call yetwill do it at 3ishHowever, I have worn it and pretended to be a hellicopter fighter pilotso…it works
me: bahahahaha omg no you haven’t
Jay: maybe I have, maybe I haven’t
We might never know. All I know is, the thoughts of what goes on in my home while I’m away and Jay is “working” are getting funnier every day.
For better or worse – yes?