Yeah, it really is! No doors or doorknobs were injured in the making of this blog.
We have some sensitive materials here at the office, as one would expect. Not money or anything like that, but other things that need to stay private. Now that we will soon be having more people coming in, we need to protect the sensitive information.
Our solution is that every few weeks lately, Lee has been buying a couple of the keypad doorknobs for the outside doors and office doors. So far we have three done. We need a few more. The most sensitive areas have them.
I Know What I’m Doing. Honest.
Well, I’ll tell you. I’ve dealt with the removal, installation, and repairs of many doorknobs and deadbolts in my time. That being the case, I told Lee and Sue Ann I would gladly install these new doorknobs at the office. I’m here anyway, and it will save the company a few bucks. I installed the one for the back door some weeks ago, and Lee bought two more. One is for Kathleen’s office and one for my office.
The one for my office is mostly so that someone doesn’t stumble in and hurt themselves. I’ll include a picture, and believe it or not, I know where everything is! Unless Lee asks me where it is. When that happens my mind usually goes blank.
Anyway, I have always thought it a good idea to just glance over the instructions again, even if I have done a thing multiple times. Just in case. I try to always do that. I did that this time before I installed Kathleen’s new lock. I told myself, “Mandi,” and I knew it was me talking, because I recognized my voice, “Don’t forget to turn the knobs around on your lock. Your doorknob is on the opposite side from the back door and Kathleen’s door.”Hermann says please like and share!