When I ask if you're OK you say yes, but then act as if I've done something wrong. If you want to tell me fine, but I'm really not going to play the game of trying to tease it out of you whilst you make me feel guilty for something I don't even know I've done.
If it means there's an atmosphere then I guess I'll just have to live with that, but I think it's poor considering the enormous support I've shown over the last few months.
Does anyone know what the arrangements are for spectators? I'm running my first GNR this year and my wife will hopefully be coming to watch. Is it fairly easy for her to get from the start to the finish? I'm assuming it will be a Metro journey, but if anyone has any advice.
Just saying "that's weird" to every thing you don't understand doesn't make it weird. I don't understand how you got into the position you're in, but I don't think it's weird. It's a mistake, but not weird.
That is very sad Trogs, especially after so long together.
Dear work - I readily admit I was miffed I didn't get a promotion back in February. I thought I deserved it, you thought I wasn't doing enough, even though I was the lowest grade doing the DM gig and that I had more developees under me than anyone else. Difference of opinion, but fair enough.
Now to hear that of all those on the same grade as me I am the lowest paid, even though none of the others do the extra duties that I do, and that I strongly suspect there are others on a lower grade who are earning the same if not more than me is something of kick in the teeth.
I really can't be arsed to go for promotion during this round, But I will be making the strong point about what I do over and above what others do and how I'm not even on their level.