Grumble, Grumble, Gripe...
Caring for DH is stressful and time consuming, and,and,and... And you all know what I'm talking about. I know I am so very lucky to have three good caregivers -- out of the dozens I've rejected, but... why do they think it's OK to roll-in late every day? I found out that they are given, by the company, a 15 minute grace period before their pay gets docked. You know they never arrive so late that they can't clock in before that 15 minute deadline. So, just how bad was that traffic jam?
So, what do I do besides snarl a lot? I'm afraid that if I make too big of a fuss they might take it out on DH. I did speak to the day caretaker and she started coming a bit early -- and then expected me to make a fuss over her because she arrived on time. What is this world coming to when to be on time or a few minutes early is not what's expected?!
OK, you can come out of hiding, I'm done with my rant. ;-)