Sunday: Will getting sick.
Monday: You feel shite
Tuesday: You're getting sick, you go to work
Wednesday: Half your team is sick, you're sick, you go to work.
I feel like there's a pattern here, but I can't quite put my finger on it. :p
Sunday - false alarm.
Monday - I was fine, my shins where farked.
Tuesday - yup felt like crap yesterday but not crap enough to call it - other people sick in office yesterday (not my fault)
Wednesday - still feel like crap - but im not coughing, I am not sniffling, im not bringing up gunk of any kind, just feel like crap.
Unlike the people who where here yesterday who where coughing and generally dying around me who arent in today.
if something im tired/worn down burning the wick on multiple fronts and coincidentally feeling frayed at edges. Well see if I go down hard or not - im going to be optimistic and say no - but I am the first to say if you are really sick stay the hell at home - im certainly not in that category yet. I could have certainly still ridden today but it would have been detrimental.
How many workers to a work pod?
11 on the grouping I am on however there is only 7 in the office at the moment and the 2 which are at home of those 7 one is a PA which came in this morning and went home (she doesn't work Monday or Tuesday) and the other is a colleague from Melbourne who flew in yesterday afternoon and was sick as a dog then.
The other person has gone and isolated themselves in a quite room at the other side of the floor.
What happens in a quite room?