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Old 12-29-2007, 06:42 PM   #31
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I'm working tonight and I still have 2.5 hours to go.

It feels way later than it is and I feel like I've been here forever already .

I'm throwing out their trash, the least these people renting could do is not close the door behind me on my way to the dumpster because it locks from the inside and as much as I love taking out trash, I don't love standing outside in the dark and pounding on a wooden door to be let back in again <end rant>

I'm tired and now I smell like garbage juice

aaaaaaaaaand I never got my scotch tape back

I'm just going to be listing my petty grievances until I get home
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^ hopefully you're almost done with work now......
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between Trader Joe's and World Market, we have some really yummy food in the house right now. I'm used to eating pb&j sandwiches or fake chicken at school all the time. This week has been one good homecooked meal after another.
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^ hopefully you're almost done with work now......
Home now, watching football

Now I can just list my petty grievances against Bryant Gumbel
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back from National Treasure ~ Good escapist fun! I enjoyed all the characters ~ The character of Riley is also -worthy........went to dinner afterwards and now I have enough orange chicken for lunch tomorrow at work

What did I buy at the specialty grocery store? Some really good egg rolls and some salsa they make. Almond horn was also purchased. I think I shall go have that now with some tea. I also bought some honey crisp apples~ pricey but good. Yesterday I bought Veggie chips (addictive) at WM.

Kelly survived work. Now you have to survive Bryant Gumbel
The Patriots are losing
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http://www.simmasbakery.com/ship.htm
also bought a small piece of cheesecake made by this local bakery.

Oh. My. God. .
I have lived here all my life and I have never had a piece of their cheesecake before...............I am in heaven *floating*
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Schmeg, nice head decoration in the pic thread
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bitching session about work on phone with co-worker
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Old 12-29-2007, 11:06 PM   #39
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*cringe* "haven't gotten to that yet"

wishing you softer Puffs ~ take it easy
I now have softer Puffs because I went through the other box in a day. I'm feeling better other than the ear infection at this point which is driving me insane.
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So they don't have a regular overnight crew and a regular night crew and a day crew? That might drive me crazy. I can do it for a month without losing it too badly but I am ready for regular-ness.........I will miss the occasional day getting out at 2, though.
I have become miss mid-shift again ~ at least on this next schedule.
They have some regulars and some people with open availability (ie: me) who fill in the blanks. I told them I preferred mornings and was getting morning shifts since before Thanksgiving, but for my last three days I got 4 pm to 12 pm and 1 pm to 8 pm.

I'm really dreading the 1-8 tomorrow...you cannot please our customers at all. they're always looking for something that was discontinued before I started, their favorite item is temporarily out of stock and they CANNOT live without it, or they drove 45 minutes to get to the store and demand for a store to be built in [insert small Indiana town here].
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I keep asking my dad to send me the picture he took in Boston at the end of September when Jeff and I were up for the Red Sox/Twins game and he and my mom came up to have dinner with us. He took a lot of GREAT pictures of the city, but can't remember to send me his Snapfish album. I thought he finally sent it today...but instead it's an album of like 6 pictures of my ring. Good old Dad...
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I just realized I've been drinking decaf coffee since Thanksgiving. I guess I am not as addicted to caffeine as I thought I was. But that does explain why I went through a bottle of Excedrin Migraine faster than usual...
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you could post those pics you know! or did you? I know you posted something a while ago.....
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I spent my day at the Walker art museum in Minneapolis. It's the modern art museum. To be honest, I can't stand modern art or spending the day in that place. But it's my brother's birthday today and he wanted to go to a museum. The library gives out free passes to the museums but some places still make you pay half price or something like that. He wanted a free day so off we went to the Walker. They have an exhibit by Freida Kahlo right now. I was excited about that until I saw the hundreds of people there. I hate viewing art when there's a million people around. It was an interesting exhibit but just way too many people with nothing to do on a cold Sunday afternoon. I love the Minneapolis Art Institute and would have much rather gone there to see stuff that I've seen a million times. I used to go to art camp there as a kid plus my sister has an art history minor so we spent tons of time there while she was in college. I love it there and can spend hours but for some reason modern art museums make me crabby. At least we went to Caribou for some coffee after.
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