NOT SO GOOD
A couple of Canada Geese have taken up residence in these parts.
The Gander is very aggressive. He puffed out his chest, extended his wings, hissed a lot, and then took off after Penne and me as we walked today.
I uttered a great hullabaloo.
This awoke at least 24 octogenarian neighbours.
It deterred the gander.
And my dear dog Penne got all confused as she thought that I was hullabalooing at her!
1. Kate E comes to clean my house once a month. She was here today, and as always she did a terrific job. When she leaves, my home is cleaner than clean. I am grateful that I have such a good person to clear up my mess. And she does so with a cheerful spirit.
2. Graham is a lanky kid who works at my local “Sweetbay Supermarket”. He is unfailingly cheerful, utterly enthusiastic, and extremely efficient.
Yesterday I made it my business to tell the Sweetbay manager that Graham is a fabulous employee, and that he is a “keeper”.
The Manager agreed with me, and he promised to pass on my words of gratitude to Graham.
3. I had a problem with my e-mail today. It was clear that one particular e-mail was problematic, and that it was blocking my access to all other e-mails.
So I called my ISP (Comcast) expecting to get the “runaround”.
Instead I chatted with a fabulous Comcast worker named “Trista”. She immediately recognised my problem, and corrected it within no more than 15 minutes.
Of course I then e-mailed Comcast to commend their service, and to praise their employee Trista. I hope that Comcast will give her a pat on the back - and increase her salary.