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After not posting for almost a month, I have LJ post backlog - a ton of ideas that I want to write about and no energy to do so. Topics I want to discuss: the progression of office drama at work, how badly written my company's mission statement and core values are (seriously, they make me want to scream every time I see them), some books I've recently read, some movies I've recently seen. The probability that I will end up writing about any of these things? Who knows.

Instead, I want to tell a story that most of my P-town friends have heard, but my friends outside of the P-town area have not, yet.

Last Wednesday, I came home from RP night to find an envelope with my name on it on the kitchen table. I opened it up to find two pieces of paper. The first was a formal notice to vacate the premises by July 1. So of course I'm all flailing around "What did I do! I didn't do anything wrong! I pay my rent on time! I'm a good tenant!" and then I look at the second piece of paper. It's a letter from my landlord to all of the tenants saying we're great, he can give us good references, etc, but he's had some financial difficulties and is declaring backruptcy (!) and is selling the house (!!) and the new owner needs us out. (I'm guessing whoever's buying it is planning on just living in it as opposed to renting the rooms.)

Let me say that this is not in any way a disaster; I had already been thinking about the possibility of moving out and had started saving money. I wasn't expecting to do it so soon, but it's not going to be impossible for me. My sister would probably posit that this is actually the universe's way of getting me to move - I tend to be very cautious about life changes so who knows when I'd actually move on my own? (On the other hand, what kind of universe would make my landlord go through bankruptcy just so I'd move? So I am suspicious of this idea.)

So, I am now apartment hunting. Which involves me taking initiative and calling people I don't know, to set up appointments to evaluate/critique/possibly semi-haggle regarding available living spaces. Those of you who know me can imagine how easily I am taking to these tasks (ha ha). So many calls to make! And decisions! Should I rent an apartment on my own? Get a roommate? (Cheaper by far, but I am so tired of living with other people, you don't even know.) Get an efficiency, which is sort of like having a roommate inasmuch as I would only have a single room to call mine? Hmm.

And of course, because I am silly, I rediscovered Apartment Therapy and have spent a ridiculous amount of time drooling over design ideas that I could never actually pull off, but that look so amazing and fun. Apparently I have a frustrated inner interior decorator? Except I'd be terrible at interior design as I have no color or color-blocking sense. Sigh.

Wow, it's...later than I realized. Bedtime!
amatyultare: (pass me that textbook)
After not posting for almost a month, I have LJ post backlog - a ton of ideas that I want to write about and no energy to do so. Topics I want to discuss: the progression of office drama at work, how badly written my company's mission statement and core values are (seriously, they make me want to scream every time I see them), some books I've recently read, some movies I've recently seen. The probability that I will end up writing about any of these things? Who knows.

Instead, I want to tell a story that most of my P-town friends have heard, but my friends outside of the P-town area have not, yet.

Last Wednesday, I came home from RP night to find an envelope with my name on it on the kitchen table. I opened it up to find two pieces of paper. The first was a formal notice to vacate the premises by July 1. So of course I'm all flailing around "What did I do! I didn't do anything wrong! I pay my rent on time! I'm a good tenant!" and then I look at the second piece of paper. It's a letter from my landlord to all of the tenants saying we're great, he can give us good references, etc, but he's had some financial difficulties and is declaring backruptcy (!) and is selling the house (!!) and the new owner needs us out. (I'm guessing whoever's buying it is planning on just living in it as opposed to renting the rooms.)

Let me say that this is not in any way a disaster; I had already been thinking about the possibility of moving out and had started saving money. I wasn't expecting to do it so soon, but it's not going to be impossible for me. My sister would probably posit that this is actually the universe's way of getting me to move - I tend to be very cautious about life changes so who knows when I'd actually move on my own? (On the other hand, what kind of universe would make my landlord go through bankruptcy just so I'd move? So I am suspicious of this idea.)

So, I am now apartment hunting. Which involves me taking initiative and calling people I don't know, to set up appointments to evaluate/critique/possibly semi-haggle regarding available living spaces. Those of you who know me can imagine how easily I am taking to these tasks (ha ha). So many calls to make! And decisions! Should I rent an apartment on my own? Get a roommate? (Cheaper by far, but I am so tired of living with other people, you don't even know.) Get an efficiency, which is sort of like having a roommate inasmuch as I would only have a single room to call mine? Hmm.

And of course, because I am silly, I rediscovered Apartment Therapy and have spent a ridiculous amount of time drooling over design ideas that I could never actually pull off, but that look so amazing and fun. Apparently I have a frustrated inner interior decorator? Except I'd be terrible at interior design as I have no color or color-blocking sense. Sigh.

Wow, it's...later than I realized. Bedtime!
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Hollywood news. Primarily grabbed from [livejournal.com profile] cleolinda either on LJ or Twitter.

•So, Alice in Wonderland. Reviews are mixed (sixth grade diorama? OUCH) but there seems to be a consensus that certain plot elements, such as a build-up to a climactic battle (in WonderUnderland? For reals?) were poor choices. We're going to see it tomorrow; should be interesting.

•Chris Weitz, director of New Moon, says that he isn't up to directing Breaking Dawn. But he agrees it should be split into two movies. Why? WHY? Considering that his rationale for begging off the movie is that he's got a young kid and it would be too much to shoot a whole two movies at once, maybe he's agreeing with the two-movie thing to give himself a reason for demurring. Because I've read Breaking Dawn, and 'dense' is not the way I'd describe it, except regarding the main characters.

•Speaking of books being made into movies, guess what's reportedly being released on 12/10/2010? Voyage of the Dawn Treader! Woo-hoo!

•I guess I should not be surprised about this; they are planning a movie based on Magic: the Gathering. Although, interestingly, they specifically state that the movies are focused on the Planeswalkers and therefore won't necessarily have a swords-and-sorcery, Tolkeinesque feel to them. Combine that with my long-time impression that MtG was essentially ten million really awesome story hooks that never got to be used in actual stories...I am reasonably resigned to this movie.

•If you read one thing this weekend, read io9's article on sugested alternatives to bad-idea movie remakes. Bonus: can be used as a reading list of some more-or-less obscure sci-fi and fantasy to check out. Hollywood, take note!

In makeup news: Aromaleigh is awesome. Their Rocks! Sonic eyeshadow collection is awesome - so bright and fun. Their lippies are awesome but being discontinued, oh no! Must purchase a few more colors before they sell out.

In work news: I reached a milestone of reading/responding to every email in my inbox (as of 5:24 PM tonight). Considering I had 400+ unread emails a month or two ago, I'm pretty excited out this. Now I just need to maintain a 'clean' inbox...and start working on the backlog of filing...and finish some other outstanding projects...but still!
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Hollywood news. Primarily grabbed from [livejournal.com profile] cleolinda either on LJ or Twitter.

•So, Alice in Wonderland. Reviews are mixed (sixth grade diorama? OUCH) but there seems to be a consensus that certain plot elements, such as a build-up to a climactic battle (in WonderUnderland? For reals?) were poor choices. We're going to see it tomorrow; should be interesting.

•Chris Weitz, director of New Moon, says that he isn't up to directing Breaking Dawn. But he agrees it should be split into two movies. Why? WHY? Considering that his rationale for begging off the movie is that he's got a young kid and it would be too much to shoot a whole two movies at once, maybe he's agreeing with the two-movie thing to give himself a reason for demurring. Because I've read Breaking Dawn, and 'dense' is not the way I'd describe it, except regarding the main characters.

•Speaking of books being made into movies, guess what's reportedly being released on 12/10/2010? Voyage of the Dawn Treader! Woo-hoo!

•I guess I should not be surprised about this; they are planning a movie based on Magic: the Gathering. Although, interestingly, they specifically state that the movies are focused on the Planeswalkers and therefore won't necessarily have a swords-and-sorcery, Tolkeinesque feel to them. Combine that with my long-time impression that MtG was essentially ten million really awesome story hooks that never got to be used in actual stories...I am reasonably resigned to this movie.

•If you read one thing this weekend, read io9's article on sugested alternatives to bad-idea movie remakes. Bonus: can be used as a reading list of some more-or-less obscure sci-fi and fantasy to check out. Hollywood, take note!

In makeup news: Aromaleigh is awesome. Their Rocks! Sonic eyeshadow collection is awesome - so bright and fun. Their lippies are awesome but being discontinued, oh no! Must purchase a few more colors before they sell out.

In work news: I reached a milestone of reading/responding to every email in my inbox (as of 5:24 PM tonight). Considering I had 400+ unread emails a month or two ago, I'm pretty excited out this. Now I just need to maintain a 'clean' inbox...and start working on the backlog of filing...and finish some other outstanding projects...but still!
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I've been feeling grumpy at work lately. But at least I am slowly making my way through my to-do list. My goal is to be completely caught up by the end of March - at which point our temporary office coordinator is leaving (since she's a temp and all) and I will need to go into overdrive again pretty much for the foreseeable future. Ah well. It looks like I may actually be on track - knock on wood - to have all outstanding projects and duties done before she leaves. I really hope I can make it, since that will leave me free to just handle calls, questions, and issues as they come in (until the next big project is dumped on my lap and I fall behind on all my day-to-day stuff...but, happy thoughts).

Meanwhile, I have continued playing around with makeup. So much fun! Tonight, I actually did a look I really like, but I don't have a way to take a picture of it. Sigh. To give you an idea, it involved: fully lining my eyes with black liner (including the waterline - difficult but looks awesome), black mascara, a LOT of You're A Doll! finishing powder in Metamorphosis, and eyeshadow in Hot Stuff (bottom left corner color). Oh, and also $1 lip gloss from Target that smells like Dr. Pepper./street cred Overall? Bright, but awesome.

Apropos to this, I've found that corals tend to look pink on me and therefore more natural than they look in the package. (Man, I cannot wait for my loveonyourside to come in.) Also, since the frames on my glasses are fairly thick, they automatically tone down any eye look. This theoretically means I could wear brighter/heavier looks to the office. On the other hand, this would involve me having to wake up earlier...I like makeup, but maybe not that much.

And speaking of waking up for work, I really meant to go to bed before 10 tonight. Oh dear.
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I've been feeling grumpy at work lately. But at least I am slowly making my way through my to-do list. My goal is to be completely caught up by the end of March - at which point our temporary office coordinator is leaving (since she's a temp and all) and I will need to go into overdrive again pretty much for the foreseeable future. Ah well. It looks like I may actually be on track - knock on wood - to have all outstanding projects and duties done before she leaves. I really hope I can make it, since that will leave me free to just handle calls, questions, and issues as they come in (until the next big project is dumped on my lap and I fall behind on all my day-to-day stuff...but, happy thoughts).

Meanwhile, I have continued playing around with makeup. So much fun! Tonight, I actually did a look I really like, but I don't have a way to take a picture of it. Sigh. To give you an idea, it involved: fully lining my eyes with black liner (including the waterline - difficult but looks awesome), black mascara, a LOT of You're A Doll! finishing powder in Metamorphosis, and eyeshadow in Hot Stuff (bottom left corner color). Oh, and also $1 lip gloss from Target that smells like Dr. Pepper./street cred Overall? Bright, but awesome.

Apropos to this, I've found that corals tend to look pink on me and therefore more natural than they look in the package. (Man, I cannot wait for my loveonyourside to come in.) Also, since the frames on my glasses are fairly thick, they automatically tone down any eye look. This theoretically means I could wear brighter/heavier looks to the office. On the other hand, this would involve me having to wake up earlier...I like makeup, but maybe not that much.

And speaking of waking up for work, I really meant to go to bed before 10 tonight. Oh dear.
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So, yesterday evening I lost my phone somewhere between my car, the Biddeford Hannaford, and Jason's apartment. After much checking and attempting to call it, I concluded it's lost forever and bought a new one. Now I need to recreate my address book. Everyone, text or call me, please? My number is the same; if you don't have it, let me know.

I am fairly pleased with my new phone (QWERTY keyboard FTW!) and it wasn't as expensive as I feared due to the niceness of the Verizon store folks, but I feel slightly disgruntled and somewhat guilty that I was so careless.

In other news, work stress is gradually bleeding over into life stress, primarily because of Christmas. I'm averaging about nine hours a day at work now, not including lunch, which is lower than the average 10 hours a day a few weeks back but is still a long day. And I'm so behind on everything that I am constantly fighting mental inertia - I have no idea how I'll ever get caught up, so it's easy to slow down and just get the minimum done, and I really have to push myself to do more. This all equates to little time and less mental energy to think up and shop for Christmas presents. I still have several people to buy gifts for - this is by far the most down-to-the-wire Christmas I've ever had.

Eh, enough whining. My life is actually really good - I'm having a lot of fun, my friends are great, and Jason is amazing. I'm just a little tired, and therefore grumpy. But it will pass. More importantly: PHONE NUMBERS. And I shall venture out of Panera on what will hopefully be my last shopping trip of the Christmas season.
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So, yesterday evening I lost my phone somewhere between my car, the Biddeford Hannaford, and Jason's apartment. After much checking and attempting to call it, I concluded it's lost forever and bought a new one. Now I need to recreate my address book. Everyone, text or call me, please? My number is the same; if you don't have it, let me know.

I am fairly pleased with my new phone (QWERTY keyboard FTW!) and it wasn't as expensive as I feared due to the niceness of the Verizon store folks, but I feel slightly disgruntled and somewhat guilty that I was so careless.

In other news, work stress is gradually bleeding over into life stress, primarily because of Christmas. I'm averaging about nine hours a day at work now, not including lunch, which is lower than the average 10 hours a day a few weeks back but is still a long day. And I'm so behind on everything that I am constantly fighting mental inertia - I have no idea how I'll ever get caught up, so it's easy to slow down and just get the minimum done, and I really have to push myself to do more. This all equates to little time and less mental energy to think up and shop for Christmas presents. I still have several people to buy gifts for - this is by far the most down-to-the-wire Christmas I've ever had.

Eh, enough whining. My life is actually really good - I'm having a lot of fun, my friends are great, and Jason is amazing. I'm just a little tired, and therefore grumpy. But it will pass. More importantly: PHONE NUMBERS. And I shall venture out of Panera on what will hopefully be my last shopping trip of the Christmas season.
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Well, are you?

First real snow of the season today (if you don't have to shovel, it doesn't count as real snow), and I am reasonably pleased with my car's handling. Say what you will about Fords, but at least I can get up my street's hill and don't spin out every ten seconds like with the Volvo. But I'm still taking it very slowly and carefully of course. Friends in the P-town area or otherwise in bad weather, stay safe.

We decided to close the office today, so I am currently hanging out at the Westbrook Panera. Free wi-fi! Hot chocolate and really tasty mac & cheese! But I'm heading over to Julie's momentarily to watch her play WoW, hehe. It'll be good times.

I owe my friends list a real update, but I am a little too lazy at the moment. Maybe later? Short version: things are stressful at work but are otherwise good.
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Well, are you?

First real snow of the season today (if you don't have to shovel, it doesn't count as real snow), and I am reasonably pleased with my car's handling. Say what you will about Fords, but at least I can get up my street's hill and don't spin out every ten seconds like with the Volvo. But I'm still taking it very slowly and carefully of course. Friends in the P-town area or otherwise in bad weather, stay safe.

We decided to close the office today, so I am currently hanging out at the Westbrook Panera. Free wi-fi! Hot chocolate and really tasty mac & cheese! But I'm heading over to Julie's momentarily to watch her play WoW, hehe. It'll be good times.

I owe my friends list a real update, but I am a little too lazy at the moment. Maybe later? Short version: things are stressful at work but are otherwise good.
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So, bullet points.

•Jason: quite simply, fantastic beyond words. I would write more but I can't think of anything that isn't silly and sappy, so - he is awesome, I am ridiculously happy. There you go. :D

•Work: crazy busy and stressful. But we are interviewing candidates for the office coordinator position, so relief is on the horizon!

•'Paranormal Activity': freaked me out. Good movie, but exactly the kind of thing that scares me (and sticks with me forever).

•Halloween Zombie LARP: awesome times, although I am out of shape and therefore didn't do much actual running around. Thank you, Julie and Ryan!

•NaNoWriMo: more difficult than I had remembered, but also more awesome. I had forgetten how much I loved Write or Die.

•Current word count: 3432, which is technically okay but I know from last year that getting a good safety net of extra words the first week is crucial. I'd like to get to at least 5,000 tonight. We'll see.

And with that - off to write some more.

ETA 10:42 PM: 5,555 words. I swear I did not particularly intend to end on that particular palindromic number, but yay!
amatyultare: (nanowrimo)
So, bullet points.

•Jason: quite simply, fantastic beyond words. I would write more but I can't think of anything that isn't silly and sappy, so - he is awesome, I am ridiculously happy. There you go. :D

•Work: crazy busy and stressful. But we are interviewing candidates for the office coordinator position, so relief is on the horizon!

•'Paranormal Activity': freaked me out. Good movie, but exactly the kind of thing that scares me (and sticks with me forever).

•Halloween Zombie LARP: awesome times, although I am out of shape and therefore didn't do much actual running around. Thank you, Julie and Ryan!

•NaNoWriMo: more difficult than I had remembered, but also more awesome. I had forgetten how much I loved Write or Die.

•Current word count: 3432, which is technically okay but I know from last year that getting a good safety net of extra words the first week is crucial. I'd like to get to at least 5,000 tonight. We'll see.

And with that - off to write some more.

ETA 10:42 PM: 5,555 words. I swear I did not particularly intend to end on that particular palindromic number, but yay!
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Work today was okay - a typical Monday - except for the technical emergencies that kept turning out not to be emergencies. I mean, emergencies that aren't emergencies are the best kind to have and all, but it was getting faintly ridiculous by non-emergency #3.

Anyway.

[livejournal.com profile] dalek_sellis posted this meme. And I hadn't done a meme in a long time, but vaguely remember them being fun. So I figured, why not? And stole it from her.

Some...Stuff...About Me: The Meme )
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Work today was okay - a typical Monday - except for the technical emergencies that kept turning out not to be emergencies. I mean, emergencies that aren't emergencies are the best kind to have and all, but it was getting faintly ridiculous by non-emergency #3.

Anyway.

[livejournal.com profile] dalek_sellis posted this meme. And I hadn't done a meme in a long time, but vaguely remember them being fun. So I figured, why not? And stole it from her.

Some...Stuff...About Me: The Meme )
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Color me exhausted. This morning, our boss called Provider Relations to tell them that there was some project due today. The department who needed this project had emailed HIM about it several weeks ago, but not the people in Provider Relations who'd actually be, um, doing the work. And our boss ridiculously busy, traveling all over the East Coast, so he missed the email.

Upshot: we all found out about this project, due tonight, THIS MORNING.

I'm not even in Provider Relations, but was drafted to help out and spent the day doing nothing but this project. The part that I was working on involved getting the NPI (National Provider Identification) numbers for all of our contracted providers - all 4,000+ of them. None of us took a lunch break - we sent Dave P out to pick up Subway for us and ate at our desks - and still barely finished that portion (there are other sections that just did not get done, because this was a month-long project's worth of work). I finally got out of the office at 8. Crazy times.

On the other hand, Maine Boffer Games this weekend, yay!
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Color me exhausted. This morning, our boss called Provider Relations to tell them that there was some project due today. The department who needed this project had emailed HIM about it several weeks ago, but not the people in Provider Relations who'd actually be, um, doing the work. And our boss ridiculously busy, traveling all over the East Coast, so he missed the email.

Upshot: we all found out about this project, due tonight, THIS MORNING.

I'm not even in Provider Relations, but was drafted to help out and spent the day doing nothing but this project. The part that I was working on involved getting the NPI (National Provider Identification) numbers for all of our contracted providers - all 4,000+ of them. None of us took a lunch break - we sent Dave P out to pick up Subway for us and ate at our desks - and still barely finished that portion (there are other sections that just did not get done, because this was a month-long project's worth of work). I finally got out of the office at 8. Crazy times.

On the other hand, Maine Boffer Games this weekend, yay!
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I keep going back and forth on the idea of getting a Twitter.

The only reason why I really want one is because, well, it looks like so much fun. It's the same reason why I was tempted to get a BlackBerry; I want to play around with it and explore what it does and so forth.

The reason why I keep resisting is, actually, pretty much the same reason why I ended up not getting a BlackBerry or any PDA-style cell phone: what would I do with it? I am really not witty enough, nor do I live such an interesting life, for my Twitter feed to be entertaining. And I'm afraid I'd get overwhelmed really quickly if I started 'following' people (people post A LOT on Twitter, which to be fair is sort of the idea).

Work drama is somewhat on hiatus at the moment, as almost half the office is on vacation or out of state this week. Yay?

Because I'm sure you were all wondering: the latest companies to fall to the Dark Side that is Twilight merchandising are Burger King and Nordstrom. (In all honesty? I would actually wear that 'Forks High' tee shirt. It's cute and subtle enough to be interesting - as opposed to the 'Team Edward! <3 <3' tee-shirts.) Technically, I suppose, the latest announcement from Harlequin also counts, as their new line "will be titles specifically developed for readers of Twilight". Of course they will

And finally, Twilight is being made into an MMO. Or maybe a video game? It's billed as 'Twilight the Video Game' but the description looks more like an MMO. Either way, I am anticipating hilarity. (My favorite comment from that article is 'I suppose sparkling will be a level 1 power'. Hee.)

And now, off to the gym.
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I keep going back and forth on the idea of getting a Twitter.

The only reason why I really want one is because, well, it looks like so much fun. It's the same reason why I was tempted to get a BlackBerry; I want to play around with it and explore what it does and so forth.

The reason why I keep resisting is, actually, pretty much the same reason why I ended up not getting a BlackBerry or any PDA-style cell phone: what would I do with it? I am really not witty enough, nor do I live such an interesting life, for my Twitter feed to be entertaining. And I'm afraid I'd get overwhelmed really quickly if I started 'following' people (people post A LOT on Twitter, which to be fair is sort of the idea).

Work drama is somewhat on hiatus at the moment, as almost half the office is on vacation or out of state this week. Yay?

Because I'm sure you were all wondering: the latest companies to fall to the Dark Side that is Twilight merchandising are Burger King and Nordstrom. (In all honesty? I would actually wear that 'Forks High' tee shirt. It's cute and subtle enough to be interesting - as opposed to the 'Team Edward! <3 <3' tee-shirts.) Technically, I suppose, the latest announcement from Harlequin also counts, as their new line "will be titles specifically developed for readers of Twilight". Of course they will

And finally, Twilight is being made into an MMO. Or maybe a video game? It's billed as 'Twilight the Video Game' but the description looks more like an MMO. Either way, I am anticipating hilarity. (My favorite comment from that article is 'I suppose sparkling will be a level 1 power'. Hee.)

And now, off to the gym.
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This is my first summer completely detached from the American school schedule (I was working last summer, but also living with Mom so I was aware of school breaks, when 'summer' started and ended, etc.) and it's very odd. Things seem to be going both faster and slower than usual; the week flies by but then I had to remind myself today that it's not yet August.

The BBQQ this weekend was wonderful. Awesome people+tons of delicious food+crazy card and board games+hilariously srs bsns whiffle ball+swimming+hanging out=good times.

I think I know all the words to all the songs on the album 'The Fame' by Lady Gaga. I am slightly embarrassed by this.

I keep meaning to type up a description of the work drama in my office, but more keeps happening. Luckily I am (mostly) out of it. In positive work news, my boss is actually in-state all the week, plus we may be getting a new mid-level manager for our office so I don't have to wait three weeks to get my boss's signature on a receipt to get it paid. Also, I *think* we are officially moving into our new office by Sept. 1. It'll be crazy, but what else is new? And choosing carpet and paint colors is fun. ^_^
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This is my first summer completely detached from the American school schedule (I was working last summer, but also living with Mom so I was aware of school breaks, when 'summer' started and ended, etc.) and it's very odd. Things seem to be going both faster and slower than usual; the week flies by but then I had to remind myself today that it's not yet August.

The BBQQ this weekend was wonderful. Awesome people+tons of delicious food+crazy card and board games+hilariously srs bsns whiffle ball+swimming+hanging out=good times.

I think I know all the words to all the songs on the album 'The Fame' by Lady Gaga. I am slightly embarrassed by this.

I keep meaning to type up a description of the work drama in my office, but more keeps happening. Luckily I am (mostly) out of it. In positive work news, my boss is actually in-state all the week, plus we may be getting a new mid-level manager for our office so I don't have to wait three weeks to get my boss's signature on a receipt to get it paid. Also, I *think* we are officially moving into our new office by Sept. 1. It'll be crazy, but what else is new? And choosing carpet and paint colors is fun. ^_^

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