I finished work early on Friday, so I called my boss to tell the guy that I was heading home.
I was going to stop at the grocery store and the pot shop. I was pretty excited about finishing up early for a change. My boss asked if I would stop by a commercial business to help another co-worker with a boiler repair. I didn’t really want to help with the boiler repair, but another hand was necessary to complete the job. I couldn’t say no to my boss. I agreed to stop at the commercial business. I sat in traffic for 30 minutes while I attempted to make my way from one side of the city to the other. I arrived at the job site just as my coworker was walking out to the truck. He was having some trouble with the boiler repair and he was happy to see another person. He hoped a second set of eyes would be able to identify the problem. The two of us went through the repair step-by-step and both of us quickly realized why the boiler issue was occurring. It wasn’t a huge repair issue, but it did require a bit of finesse. About an hour later, both of us were on our way home. Jeff thanked me for helping with the boiler repair and my boss was very happy that I went out to help my coworker instead of going straight home. The day didn’t turn out badly and I still got home at a decent time considering the fact that it was a Friday.