Even a springtime snow can't stop the Tuesday Two!
For those who have never played, the rules are simple: I offer two different questions, both related to the same topic, but you only choose one of them to actually answer.
Carly of "Ellipsis...Suddenly Carly" was first to answer last week's question about animals.
Now, onto this week's choice of questions. And remember: don't answer both questions!
THIS WEEK'S TOPIC: YOUR SPACE
What room of the house do you most consider to be entirely "your space" and what makes it so uniquely yours?
A co-worker wants to borrow your workspace while you're out of the office. The next day, you return to find your things out of place. Will that bother you at all, and will you say anything about it, or just quietly return things to "normal?"
Choose A or B, (indicate which question you're answering!) then either answer the question in a comment here or answer it in your journal and include the link in a comment. (To be considered "first to play," a link must be to the specific entry in which you answered the question.)
Remember: choose one or the other...not both!
This week it'll be the answer to “B” that I will tackle. Only because this used to happen with amazing regularity where I worked and because in the early days I shared an office and computer with the assessor and we both had issues about the moving of material. My modus operandi was to stew about the issue until it poisoned the relationship. Just the way I am. Stupid, this I know.
Once I got my own office and computer, I still had to get used to the sheriff's deputies and local SP dropping in and using my desk when I was out of the office to place calls. Aside from being unable to access my files and date book to see where I was supposed to be next while they were on the phone, I was cool with it. Despite all the bad-mouthing we do about government employees, the fact remains that rarely does local government ever have the resources it really needs to get the job done properly.
I'm not sure why I am so far behind this week. Must be Spring Fever.