My boss put me in charge of getting those affidavits back to those 3,082 people that have been mistreated by insurance companies during Hurricane Katrina. Keep in mind, these people are elderly, poor, uneducated, disabled, or illiterate too. It was a big responsibility.
Alas, it has been accomplished! With a little extra grace and patience, all 3,082 have been located and have had affidavits mailed to them.
And my brother and I stuffed and processed every single one of them.
Now that that phase of the class action is over, I can relax and start enjoying my job and summer. (Hopefully this will include more blog posts)
During my Dorito break last Friday, I wandered into the kitchen and opened a bag of the cheesy treat - which, by the way, comes in spicy flavors now. Sitting at the floral-topped table, I glanced over the the stove,
where many meals are cooked by the sole female attorney in the office, and saw this:
Isn't that a nice reminder?
And later on in the day, while opening the mail I came across this stamp:
So the week ended well at the firm and hopefully we will be receiving those 3,082 affidavits back in the mail in the upcoming weeks.
Maybe they will have nice stamps.