Is watermelon a diuretic as well?
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Agree. I sent my boss an email earlier this week describing that another week was necessary (we had originally planned for 2) and told him that I couldn't do it on account of BF also having to work late that week and no one would be home to care for the animals. I told him to "figure it out."
BF sent me a text message later that morning stating that my boss had changed his shift with someone else's so he'd be home at night so I could work another week of overnights.
There's your answer.
At this point, I guess it makes sense. I'm acclimated to the shift, I know what's going on currently with the project and what's coming up. Not to mention I've been dealing with this problem for years now, so I know the history and I am really wanting to solve it. I'm also not afraid to call people out at work for their male cow feces even if I don't directly supervise them... whereas, for some reason I don't understand, others will sit silent. So, I'm resigned to it making sense.
I'm also thinking I can leverage this to my benefit in the future. I'm applying for a leadership program where I'll have to talk about working in "interdisciplinary teams" and leading such teams towards positive change. After spending 9 months heading a non-clinical department on a temporary assignment, and then this special little assignment, I'll certainly have some good stories for my interview into the program. I will be able to show my versatility in not only working with fellow clinical and clinical-support staff (which I have done on a daily basis in a variety of roles), but also the non-clinical and contractor side, as well.
I'll probably leave out the story of my intimidating the locksmith a few weeks ago when I interview.