I'm wondering why I keep receiving notification that peak hour train services have been cancelled due to "driver training". Surely there's a better time to train.
I'm wondering why big organisations pass the buck and fail to take responsibility and help customers (ie citizens, the public).
I'm wondering how to extricate myself from a whirlpool of buck passing.
I'm wondering why hotel bathrooms are lit to make me look at least thirty years older than I am.
I'm wondering why caterers think that luke warm water is any way to make a decent cup of tea.
I'm wondering why rice paper rolls marked as "nut free" contained walnuts - the nut to which I'm most allergic. (I can answer this one, partially...because the chicken mix from the sandwiches was used to make the rolls and the chicken mix from the sandwiches contained walnuts. Still doesn't explain the sign.)
I'm wondering why there are still people in the catering business who think that food allergies are not serious, that is potentially life threatening.
I'm wondering why a person who has requested "fructose free" food is served a plate of fruit at morning tea. Sigh. It is marginally better than cake.
I'm wondering why I have to fight so hard to be paid for my services on a regular basis.
I'm wondering why I didn't decide sooner to call it quits with a couple of clients who are bad payers.
I'm wondering why people (ie politicians) don't take responsibility for their decisions to do something different from what they "promised" in the election campaign.
I'm wondering whether there's a definition of "promise" of which I'm unaware.
I'm wondering why people don't listen.
I was wondering why a nurse working in a health care organisation was doing theatre reviews until I realised that I'm the only embedded creative and that her theatre always involves blood, while mine involves blood only sometimes.
What are you wondering about?
* Posts will be erratic this week due to other commitments. *