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Whitney baker

"Hello." I said.

"Hello Greg. How are you feeling?" Tom asked. Tom was one of my top construction workers who worked the office from time to time. He and I planned an important meeting with a new client first thing in the morning.

"I’m fine Tom." I answered. I wondered why Tom had called and why he asked how I was feeling?

"I’m glad your fine boss. I handled the meeting with Ray yesterday. He and I worked things out the way I know you would have worked things out. I’d like to talk over what Ray and I talked about yesterday. Are you sure you’re well enough to come in today?" Tom asked. 

"What are you talking about Tom? Did the client get a hold of you and asked you to meet up him Sunday?" I asked. "Are you telling me the client couldn’t wait until I got home from my family weekend? What kind of idiot is he anyway! I’m glad you didn’t go away on the weekend and handled things for me. Thanks Tom."

"You have your day’s mixed up Greg. I guess you got confused because you couldn’t come in yesterday. It’s okay Greg." Tom said.

"Don’t tell me I slept through another day again. That’s two weeks in a row this time. Sandra didn’t say anything to me about sleeping through yet another day.

Sandra called me yesterday and told me you weren’t feeling well and so wouldn’t be into work." Tom said. "I had no idea you had slept all day. Like I said I handled things with the client but still want to go through things the client and I worked out. Will you be in the office soon?"

I put the phone receiver down and looked at Sandra sipping her coffee. "Did you call Tom yesterday and tell him I was sick?" I asked Sandra. 

"Yes Greg. You were completely zonked and I knew you needed your sleep so I called Tom and told him you weren’t feeling well." Sandra answered. "Tom understood. He and your staff are getting used to you missing days."

"Thanks honey for phoning Tom yesterday." I said kissing Sandra on the cheek. "See you after work Sandra."

I arrived at the office and went directly to my office. The first thing I wanted to do was talk to Tom and find out how the meeting the day before went. I walked down the hall intending to walk in Tom’s office but there was a note on his door. "Greg: I had to pick up a prescription from the pharmacy. I’ll be right back. Please wait for me. Tom."

I didn’t have anything important to work on and I didn’t want to start anything new because I wanted to be available when Tom came back from the pharmacy. I sat in one of the comfortable chairs in our lounge and put my feet up. For some reason I started thinking back to the time Sandra and I got married and we were on our honeymoon in Vancouver, Canada. I have to admit I don’t think many couples experienced a honeymoon quite like Sandra and I had. I’m going to think back to my honeymoon with my bride Sandra. That should be the next Chapter I will be working on for the story. 
End of Chapter 7.

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