There are people who accuse me of giving my heart and soul to my work, but who knew that I would also be giving bodily fluids. On Monday, my boss let us know that there would be a random drug test on Wednesday (today.) On Tuesday we had a meeting to discuss what would happen. Thus it was that the HR team split up on Wednesday morning to help round up the participants in three different offices. Sadly, it turns out that I was on the list of people to be tested. I spent an hour in the conference room waiting with 16 other people until it was my turn (I was second to last to get tested.) So, for my company, I was able to give a urine sample. This was not the end of the giving though. Oh no; how could the giving stop there? Wednesday was also the day that the blood drive for the Provo Office was scheduled. I had signed up before I knew about the drug testing. So at 3pm, I went out to the bloodmobile and gave in behalf of my company. Needless to say, I didn't get all the things I wanted to get accomplished today done. Oh well, there's always tomorrow.
On another note, I just noticed that this is my 250th post. Who would have thought that my blogging would have continued so long? (Oh wait, probably anyone who knows that I enjoy writing and expressing my opinions on every topic under the sun.) Have a good night dear readers. I look forward to another 250 posts in the future.