Got the story on my co-worker completed, submitted, thank goodness. You know how they say a doctor's the worst patient? Well a co-worker is the worst interview. It was a lovely glowing account, made her cry reading it. I got over my raging fury and acted professionally and made it a tribute, which was the point anyway. I'll save the trashing for her OBITUARY, bwahahahaha. Not really. Interviewed her and 2 others, that makes the mandatory 3 sources for every story. Too many it gets cluttered, too few and it's not honest (besides being boring as hell). I did it in one day, it's about 15 inches long, with pics. AND I went to a staff meeting (and took minutes) 120 miles away yesterday, and worked my cases today (3 walk ins, two intakes). Pretty good, still haven't lost my touch. The expectation was 7-10 stories per week, plus the regular news crap, when I worked at that hell hole they called a newspaper before. We had people, seasoned reporters from back east, interview for jobs as reporters who when they learned what they were expected to write were like "WTF? I can't write 7-10 stories in a week!" Bye bye, losers! I'm just a goddess. That's all there is to it.