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PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2018 9:49 am 
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People keep walking through our labs pointing out our bench space and if it is enough for the people who will be moving in when we are moving out to our new spaces.

Nice except no one is talking to us about the other half. Like where (and when) are we moving to our new space?

Moving lab supplies, chemicals and equipment is very complicated. It would be like trying to move all my quilting supplies. :-)

But seriously, when asked when this is going to happen the answer is as soon as possible.

Good thing we are going out to lunch to meet with our now retired former manager so I think we can start day time drinking early. We have half days on Fridays between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2018 12:03 pm 
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christie1111 wrote:
People keep walking through our labs pointing out our bench space and if it is enough for the people who will be moving in when we are moving out to our new spaces.

Nice except no one is talking to us about the other half. Like where (and when) are we moving to our new space?

Moving lab supplies, chemicals and equipment is very complicated. It would be like trying to move all my quilting supplies. :-)

But seriously, when asked when this is going to happen the answer is as soon as possible.

Good thing we are going out to lunch to meet with our now retired former manager so I think we can start day time drinking early. We have half days on Fridays between Memorial Day and Labor Day.


I feel your pain. Lots of shuffling going on here, as an almost 70-year old building has to stretch to accommodate two additional judges and staff for same. No bueno.

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I feel your pain, or at least GW does. The big boss keeps shifting his internal priorities and moving her labs around in the same building to make room for his "fun stuff de jour". Almost always, it's been to smaller space. She keeps wondering how they can do their work.

Fortunately, she won't have to wonder for too much longer. Retirement is pending and yards of fabric are beckoning. She quilts, too. Nothing from scratch, but her drugs of choice are catalogs like Nancy's ,stores like Joann Fabrics and the businesses on Craftsy.

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I feel your pain, or at least GW does. The big boss keeps shifting his internal priorities and moving her labs around in the same building to make room for his "fun stuff de jour". Almost always, it's been to smaller space. She keeps wondering how they can do their work.

Fortunately, she won't have to wonder for too much longer. Retirement is pending and yards of fabric are beckoning. She quilts, too. Nothing from scratch, but her drugs of choice are catalogs like Nancy's ,stores like Joann Fabrics and the businesses on Craftsy.


Yay for her!

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