Faith and I did the students a favor and cleaned out the fridge. We disposed of all food items turned science project and organized what was left so it fits better. It looks much better and we could add all of our food in! We had to run back to the condo really quick to grab Anna's cooler (oops) before breakfast (PANCAKES!!) then we fed and watered our horses.
Blu and Judge were both a little tight and worried about the image of one of the water troughs turned upside down. I walked Blu to it with pauses at thresholds and he relaxed and got some molasses water. I had a "respect at feeding time" moment with him because when I came with food, he pinned his ears. I shooed him until he had a nicer expression. I think he is ornery about his new neighbor because he has not been like that during feeding the whole time we've been here. I picked his pen while he ate happily. It was a mucky mess, but the poop is gone. Hopefully the mud dries up some today.
I sat with some pancake-eaters (and Ryan who was eating his Capt. Crunch peanut butter puffs) before heading up to the office. We were supposed to be there at 8 a.m., but I was antsy so we were 20 minutes early. I read Ray Hunt's book for a bit before Genna came in with papers to file. Faith and I filed away and learned how to make labels. While we were chipping away at our first task, I answered the phone. Mark Brown from Central patched a distressed student over to me and I am going to mail a lost and found item to the student when I send my mom's charger home. Heroic effort for the day: check.
In the office today, I learned how to:
- print labels
- make new folders
- locate office supplies
- fill out retail invoice and calculate discounts
- transfer calls
- make copies
Natural Horsewoman Out.