It still all so new. A part of me wishes it was easy and mindless. But realistically I really need it to be hard and difficult to keep me on my toes.
Adjusting to the new schedule is a task on it’s own. I have to get my ass out of bed at 6:30 and be out the door by 7 to even have a sporting chance of making the office by 8. Work ends at 5 and then comes a hours commute.
What else? Basement is almost done. Couch in place, rugs in place, vanity and sink bought and curtains bought. I still have to mount the vanity and sink and get a queen size bed and then it’s all DONE! Well… We still have to clean…
I’m liking it. I really am. What I’m not too happy about is the commute. This morning a 20 car pileup made me late on my second day, not good!
Parking is spendy! 9 bucks a day is tough, I need to get a monthly contract ASAP.
Enough with that, back 2 work for me.
I bought some shrimp. Made me some home made mayo. Threw it away and mixed store bought mayo and sour cream with some red onion, dill, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Slapped it all on some toast and served it. Close to excellent but not quite. Edible nonetheless.
The problem with prospective is just that and time. Time to forget what happened and in what order. Like take this year. I can’t remember that happened in the first half of the year. And all I can now remember is how I got caught I a RIF. Reduction in Force. Yup, a nicer way of saying laid off, canned, eliminated and so on.
I also remember finally taking some time off and then at the nick of time get a new offer on a new job.
I’ll go back and read some of my old posts before I continue…. Just to refresh my own memory.
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Wow.. It’s almost Christmas already. Finding presents is not hard, finding meaningful presents is much harder.