Tag Archive: work

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Friday

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  Friday’s “whether” forecast (as in “whether or not I can get out of bed this morning”):  Foggy all day. Next time I’m calling in sick. There’s a 30-something shadowing me for my… Continue reading

When morning doesn’t go as planned

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Asleep at 10 and awake at…what time?   …or so it appeared. Thus began the morning routine:    Take supplements (like turmeric, brain enhancement formula with names I can’t pronounce…) Refill dog food bowls… Continue reading

Senseless “make every mistake possible in your job” sarcasm

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Today was “make every mistake possible in your job” day.  I’m so stressed, this is my newest Tourette’s tic: It made me wonder what kind of problems other people have when they’re stressed.… Continue reading

MONDAY

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  I dig the 5-cup coffee maker from it’s resting place on the counter and open the lid.  What do I see? A mold farm. Those little green spots that permeate the grounds… Continue reading

More work sarcasm

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I’m working at home Monday and Tuesday.  Considering the fact I’ve been up since 1:30am and it’s now 4:30am, I’ll be sleeping in. The landline phone is unplugged, the cell phone is turned… 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

They pretend to pay us, and we pretend to work.

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Not very many people are fortunate enough to love their job as much as I love mine. During the COVID-19 fiasco, not many people were fortunate enough to keep their job. Now that… Continue reading

Senseless Tuesday Sarcasm : Tasteless

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Tuesday… the white bread of days.   There’s an actress with that stage name.  A 5-minute internet search shows she’s still alive.  Her oldest child is in her 50’s and her real name is… 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

2021 : It’s 2020 on steriods.

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I’m beginning to think there’s a lot of truth to that. Instead of presenting you with the details of my latest 1st world problem, I’ll summarize it for you: Son of a B… Continue reading