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Just got an email back from my deputy chief and all it said was " I will get back to you". I guess that is not a straight out no but grrrrr the anticipation is killing me .

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Just got an email back from my deputy chief and all it said was " I will get back to you". I guess that is not a straight out no but grrrrr the anticipation is killing me .
*keeping fingers & toes crossed*

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Just got an email back from my deputy chief and all it said was " I will get back to you". I guess that is not a straight out no but grrrrr the anticipation is killing me .

Oh Steph - dang this sucks! I am just reading this. When you talk with them, tell them the wedding plans were made before the back injury. Tell them you'll work holidays, weekends, whatever to build up some time. I'm not sure how long you've been on, but the way it works here and with DPD is that they take care of their own. Hopefully your chief will see that you are sincere and are willing to do the work - just bad timing on the injury.

Even if you get married here before, that would save you a couple of days. And don't even tell them - that way you can get a couple of extra days there - or use the time to get things in order before you leave.

I'm sure it will work out. Especially if you are willing to do something on your part to compensate for the time and you have even offered to take time off without pay.

You are in my thoughts today - things will work out - I'm sure. grouphug.gif

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