I'm eating a yummy wrap while watching one of those ridiculous TV court shows when someone knocks at my door. It's the mailman. I was receiving a Certified Letter.
The return address is from some attorney. I'm like, okay, I haven't done anything lately that would cause people to sue me. So I open it up. It's my former employer trying to get me to pay them $1246. They claim they've overcompensated me because I took vacation days when I wasn't allowed to. Um, hello, my boss told me I could work from home on those days.
So this letter says I have 10 days to pay them in full. Big fat W H A T E V E R !!
I sent them this e-mail in reply:
I received the certified letter from your attorney in regards to overcompensation. The days you are claiming I owe Expo for are days Robert allowed me to work from home. I was not absent on those days and, in fact, performing my job. I will not be sending Expo International any money because I never took any vacation days.
If you have further questions, please feel free to call.
I copied my Dad on it, too. You know, I swear, I just want one day to go by without some kind of made-for-soap-opera drama popping up...