Today I happily walked to work, though I have learned that my feet and these flip-flops may be a poor combination for walking any distances greater than a half-mile at a time. I saw them yesterday when we were going after cups for the milk, and I needed quasi-casual shoes that were suitable for summer, right? They're nice thick foam (insulated!) flip-flops, which means that I may well be able to wear them without pain on the sidewalks.
In the summer, if I'm going to spend more than about two minutes walking, I have to wear thick-soled shoes or my feet start to bake. On someone with normal feet, this might be less problematic. My feet differ from normal because of a close encounter with frostbite. They're always going to be temperature-sensitive. I was damned lucky to not lose any toes or significant amounts of flesh rather than just the bottom layers of skin. Considering that luck, I'm OK with making sure that my summer shoes have substantial soles.
Lots of nice catty workplace gossip out of this morning and last night. The mother of the Entitlement Princess (to be distinguished from the Office/Check-In Princess) was performing to a standard rather low for Dayshift, and got kicked off it with the standard amount of fanfare.
Silver Sunglasses Dude was being noisy in the training room last night. Snarky Lady told him to STFU (in more professional words but just as abrupt). He did, yay.
I'm still working on the new briefing for $ISSUE_SIDE_JOB. It changed substantially this year, so I have to make an all-new briefing packet based on that. There were omissions from the last one, but the crucial stuff was covered. I want this one to be as complete as I can make it.