July 1, 2005 @ 3:22 pm by sean
So I’m at work, and that doesn’t make me very happy. I really don’t understand why I’m here. I’m third shift. Chris is first shift. Why isn’t Natalie the second shift here instead of me? The office officially closed 22 minutes ago. But some people are apparently lazy so now they are done and can leave, but I have to stay and finish their stuff. But if I work 1-9, and Natalie works 11-7, and we’ll be out before 7, shouldn’t Natalie be here and not me? I had to deal with my car this morning before work, I can’t drive up to the cottage with my parents, so now I have to drive up, drive back, then drive to the wedding, and then back to the cottage and then back home again. If I didn’t have to work, I would have gone up with my parents, came back with Jillian, drove to the wedding, then to the cottage and then home. Now I have to spend even more on gas after I just spent 50 some dollars to tow my car and another 150-750 to fix my car. I have to drive my dad’s car that I hate to drive. I found out late I had to come in so I missed lunch with Kelly. And I haven’t done much of anything for the last 30 minutes because there is nothing to do yet. And now I just found out that the big job won’t be in for at least another hour. So I have to sit here for an hour. Looks like I’m actually going to be here until 9. That sucks. Now they’re saying it could be a long night. I certainly didn’t pack enough food for that. I’ve only got a nectarene and 2 dollars. I gave my card to my parents so even though I wasn’t there, I could pay to tow my car. Awesome. So the people that made all the changes for the huge job that we’re currently working on, are unmarked and wrong. And they’re also giving us old files. So now they are trying to figure everything out and it’s taking even longer. So I’m going to leave even later. I must be sinning because it keeps getting worse. Here’s my time to shine. Tempers are getting short, people are frustrated. Time to get posi.
Having a non-working car in the shop is like having a friend or family mate in the hospital, it’s always on my mind in some respect.
But hey, I’ve got a job at least.
I’ve hoped a long time for this to happen, and now it is and I have all this other stuff to worry about and I’m tired on top of it because the only time I’ve had to talk about it was late last night.
Never in my life have I wanted a nap so badly.
When fireflies light up, they’re trying to get some. How cruel are you to hold ’em back? Think about that next time you catch one. Or the next time you’re trying to get some.
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