Mad Scientess Jane Expat (nanila) wrote,
Mad Scientess Jane Expat
nanila

Working from home: Telstar v Nanila



I'm working from home today. This is what I have done so far.

  • Seen off the bloke on his weekly commute to Brum at an early hour.
  • Sent e-mails and cleaned out my inbox of all urgent matters.
  • Done two loads of washing.
  • Done the daily ops checks for the Cassini magnetometer.
  • Done the weekly housekeeping checks for the Cassini magnetometer.
  • Updated an archiving spreadsheet for Cassini magnetometer data.
  • Calibrated Cluster magnetometer data.


Here is what Telstar has done today.

  • Gone outside for two minutes to ascertain that it is, indeed, grey and wet there.
  • Begged for and obtained gooshy food.
  • Lain down in the exact centre of the bed.
  • Changed positions approximately twice in the ensuing four hours.


Someone remind me which of us is the intelligent one, here?
Tags: cambridge, cassini, catmother, imperial, work
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