Wellington Street

In which we take a stroll down a very strange lane.


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Museum "The New Arrival"

The work on the new exhibits is coming along nicely, and I think we will be open to the public soon. Erik said they contemplated shutting down until this sickness thing passes, but they came to the conclusion that the work we do here is too important. I am not sure how cataloging history is important enough that it couldn't wait a few months, but I suppose I am just thankful that I still have a job. I'm lucky the museum is not for profit because I would be the first to go lol.

I joked with Erik about that, but he insisted that wouldn't happen. He said I was too valuable to let go, which was nice.

Erik says I am doing a great job, and has been giving me regular quizzes in preparation of me starting to do tours. The anthropology classes I took in college have really been coming through for me here. Not all the information concerning the objects are kept in the displays. That creates incentive for people to pay for the tour instead of just wander on their own. Obviously for the time,tours have been put on hold but the work I do now will go a long way later.

I keep needing to remind myself I need to slow down, but it's hard when I actually enjoy the work. My doctor upped one of my meds, and I am supposed to take it easy while I get used to the effects.

It snowed a little last night. Lately it has been hard for me to keep up with all the changes in the weather. I try to plan what I am going to wear at the start of the week, but April is being her usual self and changing stuff on a moments notice. It's frustrating, but not too out of the ordinary. Got my dad to bundle up for once. I bought him a coat for Christmas and the weather was right at the point where he would have to wear it.

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