Octogenarian Pot smokers
First off, I used to smoke pot myself in college, so I'm not gonna pass judgement.
For the last week, I've been painting hallways/door frames & doors for a retirement home. The current floor I'm on has mostly sickly older people, a few with dementia, a few with cancer and other assorted diseases. Apparently, pot smoking is allowed, and I honestly don't have a problem with that, but when you're trapped in a hallway with no windows to open, nor doors because its almost freezing outside, and the pot smoke is so thick you can see a haze around a couple rooms, its HARD to keep your focus on cutting in the doors/walls!!!! I know its cold out but I wish they'd think about others. I had to do my painting in the evening, because all the people are out & about during the day (they have their own rooms, but there's a communal dining area, and a TV lounge) because they can NOT keep from touching the walls or handrails during the day, so I have to wait until they've all retired to their rooms for the night to do the majority of the painting. That's when they chose to light up. *cough*. I'm STILL light headed.