As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.
The Viking wrote and I have suggestion.
Dearest Sisters,Back to work on Monday with the choice of taking a job which has turned out to be ten hours of walking around all day picking parts with feet that are proving to be not up to that rigor at this time, anyway, or accepting four months of severance pay, leaving the girls of course without company health insurance, as I would be on Medicare, and wondering if I can get past the point of having to say to the powers that be, “I can’t do this right now.” Trudging around on feet which are on fire is not conducive to thinking clearly about what you are supposed to be doing, I’ve also noticed. There is no falling back on common courtesy here either, as things are all business, and they don’t like me anyways, so not so sure about the ramifications here.But then again, there’s always God, and His Love (what a respite that thought creates…). I guess we’ll have to see how it goes.With love,The Viking(Just so you know)And then again, looks like the whole picture could be changing soon anyways, eh?
Would it be possible to phone your physician to receive a disability waiver and be like Paul Manafort in wheeling around in a wheelchair at work? Companies might be horrified in Minnesota of trying to get rid of someone protected by the American Disabilities Act as St. Paul, the government, tends to appear in heavy handed measures.
Whatever you decide, document the feet before work, and if any problems there are photos of injuries.
Also I think Dr. Scholls has a foot thing you step on which evaluates your feet like a car on a hoist, to recommend the padding in footware to help.
God bless you Viking.
See the problems you non donating rich people cause in the domino effect of your selfishness.