Had my first company zoom call this morning.  It's funny watching a bunch of people who have never worked from home try to sort it out.  No charge code, but it was the first chance to get information from my company - I normally don't see anybody from my company outside of holiday party since we are all working different projects at different sites.  Sounds like there is a chance they will find a way to pay us contractors even when we aren't working.  I'm cautiously hopeful.

Got recalled into work as essential this week. Still doing week on/week off. But half paycheck is better than no paycheck!  Between all the flood work and now "normal" work, I came home EXHAUSTED every night, so no workouts... work-home-dinner-bed-repeat. Now week off.  But the good news is that I know I will be able to work the week after next.

I was told that I was submitted to be recalled as essential so waiting to see how that plays out.  Also, got called in for more hours today b/c they have a second contractor coming in to do more flood stuff and need additional people.  It pays to do a good job, regardless of the tasking, so your organization thinks of you in times like this!

Long day.  I actually was on the floor pulling up carpet tiles, climbing on furniture to assess damaged areas, moving equipment... manual labor!  So exhausted, but got in 11 hours!

More flood work.  It's a nice change from sitting at my desk all day, and happy for the opportunity for the hours!

Technically I should not be working this week, but since the building flooded and I was on-site during the first few days, I got called back in.  Allowed to work Mon-Wed and then my coworker who was also there gets Thu/Fri.  They have to abide by the week on/week off, so next week will be off regardless.  

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