First thing every morning I grab my phone from the nightstand and check to see what's going on in the world. E-mail, Facebook, Twitter, I check them all to see what happened while I was getting my beauty sleep. Sometimes I see that someone commented on a post, but usually I just browse through my group updates and delete lots of e-mail. Today there was a post on my employer's Facebook page, which is a rarity. I work on Thursdays at a local municipality, mostly doing their water billing, but performing other tasks as needed (like creating their Facebook page). The post, entered by a council member at 4:30 this morning, was short and sweet: City water is shut down due to a leak. Ugghhh...really? On the one day that I work. Actually, I worked last Monday to cover for another worker and the water was shut down due to a leak. It was chaos. I was the only person in the office and people went crazy. "I paid my bill, why is my water off?" "I know I'm late, can you turn my water on? I will pay the bill on Friday." "Why didn't you call and tell me my water was being shut off? I was getting ready tot ake a shower. By the way, my water bill is high, can someone take a look at my meter today?" "I just moved into town and need my water turned on. Today." The good thing last week was that I didn't know it was happening until I got to work. I had a relaxing morning with my family like any other day. Today, I got to think about it all morning as I rush to get ready and on my way to work. As a matter of fact, I started my work day at home, calling the media to alert them of the situation and fielding phone calls from the office. Tomorrow, I'm going to start my day with the Good Book rather than Facebook.