Category Archive: work

Work it.

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Childhood: “I can’t wait until I move out of the house and I can do what I want!” Reality: No one asked me, “What are you going to be when you grow up.”… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Not happy?

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What a difference a rebuilt engine makes. Too bad we can’t rebuild a brain as easily. The engine in my Jeep used to go 0 to 60 in a day.    Now, when… Continue reading

Hiatus

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Yes, I know, I’ve been remiss and haven’t written a post in 3 days. No doubt most people are saying, “Thanks, we needed that break.” Let me explain exactly why ALL of us… Continue reading

Christmas party : Work version

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If you’ve read my posts for a few months, you know there are a few (hundred) things I don’t like.  Among those gems of inconsequential 1st world irritants are: People who don’t like… Continue reading

Senseless Sarcasm : Waiting

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My brain has returned.  I wish it were still on vacation. After a mental exercise I call, “You’re going to get fired for sure,” I’m up at 4 in the middle of the… Continue reading

Have you met that “guy”?

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  Have you met that guy?   You know the one I’m talking about.  He swaggers into work exuding confidence and brags about his prowess at his job.   The way he talks with the… Continue reading

Desk remorse

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So… I bought the desk.  All 120 pounds of it. Amazon.com made it much too easy for me.  How could I resist 6 monthly payments at 0% interest? I have to admit, two… Continue reading

Senseless Not-Fired-Yet Sarcasm : Work

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No, it’s not an eye-catching, glamorous title. Had it been, “How women view work,” that might be a better one. But I don’t need the protestation replies when I’m in the middle of… Continue reading

Wednesday sarcasm

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Yes.  It’s Wednesday.   No. I don’t have anything important enough to write about.  But that never stopped me. Some weeks the days melt into one another.  This weeks gooey mix of ice cream… Continue reading

My day in a nutshell

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Today was NUTS! I’m not talking peanuts — this was pure pecan-o-rama! I was opening a file from one computer to another — and it disappeared.    It represented 3 months of notes… Continue reading