One of the busiest mornings while I was in the week is Thursday.
Even though both of us are open for corporation on Tuesdays, it does seem like Thursday is often the busiest day of the week.
Last Thursday I had 17 tasks on the schedule, including many repairs, many insulation tasks, and a handful of tune-ups. I had seven boys tied up to toil in the Heating and A/C maintenance shop that day. Before 9 am, three of our best employees called in sick. The previous evening, all of the employees went out together to celebrate someone’s birthday. Three of the boys that ate tacos from the steakhouse got sick, but one of them had gone to the emergency room and was presumed to have food poisoning. The other many boys were at home and in miserable shape. I couldn’t say much to the employees, because they are consistently unquestionably trustworthy and dependable. If they were sick, I trust that they honestly can’t come to work. I have seen these boys toil with a headache, sore throat, cough, and they still toil difficult to complete all of the tasks on the yearly schedule. It hurt not having the three boys to help us out that day, but the other employees worked difficult to pick up the slack. Both of us all had to toil a couple of extra minutes, although I was proud of the way that our team pulled together to get all of the toil completed. Both of us managed to complete every one of the Heating and A/C maintenance and installation tasks and everyone had the next many mornings off at home with their family.