Love it when organizations steal my concepts, and then execute them in a shitty, half-assed, unprofessional way.
Everything, Everywhere, All At Once is a story about my life.
The Keurig that makes iced coffee was an incredibly wise investment.
Preach! I have the one that does iced coffee, has a frother and connects to the internet... this thing is WONDERFUL! It's 11 pm and now thanks to this journal I kinda want a cup of coffee... wonder if I have any decaf... just for the taste......
I made two last night after work. I don't sleep these days anyway, so the caffeine doesn't bother me in the least.
My schedule is alllll effed up. I went from days, two nights, then in less than 24 hours had to switch to days again... now I am on... hell I dont know what shift I am on.... lol. Being out of town for a couple months then getting back home and having to get back into the routine of being home life.... even when hubs had to leave again... it's all a whirlwind for at least a good week to get settled back in! I may make myself coffee tonight... I didn't have time for a cup when I got up.
Jobs suck. I'm so done with working.
Birra.... I am OUT of coffee..... This is a crime! Send help! LMAO! (I don't drive just so you know the severity of this situation! LOL!)
My job is never ending, house wife, home schooling mommy... but I love my job so it's all good. Really its more of a privileged than a job for me. :)
I love the health insurance my job gives me. It's probably some of the best available anywhere in this nation... for that, it's a job worth keeping.
It amazes me sometimes the path my life has wound over the last 15 years...
Work from home day.
But I might end up in the office for a while.
Still... a little work from home is better than none.
Snoring puppy. Unlimited coffee. I can cook something for myself.
I should work from home every day. Too bad my job is too hands on to make that a reality.
A woman I haven't spoken to in a long time reached out to me randomly the other day.
Why, I asked.
"Oh, just saw your profile and thought I'd see what's up..."
Then her Facebook "relationship status" pops up on my timeline... "Divorced."
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time so we can make you wait another 15 minutes on top of the one hour we'll undoubtedly be running behind...
I feel badly for my team members.
But personally, I have zero expectations at this point.