Hi everyone Susie
: I don't really pay much attention to what I'm scanning--they just give the stuff to me and I scan it
But it comes from various businesses and it's subcontract stuff, so just in cast you thought we were doing anything illegal...
But I don't really pay much attention aside from what they told me to do, especially as we occasionally scan court documents, too. I already have a jaded opinion on our legal system, so why'd I'd read read something to reinforce that view?Everyone
: And of course, it had to happen sometime: Star Magazine has reported that Kristen may've gotten a boob job. However, that doesn't come as much of a surprise, as Star said that Kristen was considering getting breast implants back in Nov, and Rob and some of their friends had to talk her out of it. I mean, if Kristen wanted implants, she'd have probably have gotten them even before last Nov. Some of my friends on this board have said that a decent push up bra would make a chick go from being an modest A to a full B cup. So I doubt that she's gotten implants, and I have to agree with the Gossip Cop article I read, that it's just a BS rumor, and Star's using this as a ploy to say that they were right about their old inaccurate article. I think that Kristen and Rob play with what they got and love each other the way that they are, and I don't want Kristen to get boob implants just because other people who matter less than even me say she should. And I think that it's abundantly clear that Rob admires Kristen for more than just her T&A, and that's pretty obvious when we see them together, especially at Cannes.
Right now, I'd like to tell you about some things that I truly believe have damn near drug me into the rut that you thought that I was falling into. This might be depressing, but I'd rather dispense with the bad news first so I can end things on a high note
My day at work overall was fine, but I did have a bit of a breakdown for a few minutes. It was one of those "life sucks sometimes" moments and I was a bit overcome by it, and I rather that it wasn't at work, but it happened there anyways. And it's not just one thing, but several things.
I've felt like I've been around death so much recently. I have a friend on Facebook who writes for the local news paper, and over the past couple of weeks, it seems that she's been writing about some young guy from around here who got out of school recently who died in like a car accident or something. Jami (my friend) has had to write about this crap, as well as the fact that some guy murdered his mom in NC and he's been attempting to flee back home (last I checked, the SOB was in Columbus being chased by Columbus Police and the Ohio Highway Patrol, who are performing a manhunt for him--obviously, I hope that they get him), and even though I don't personally know a lot of these people, I know people who knew them better than I did, and I feel for them.
I'm also getting frustrated over some of the processes to get benefits for my issues and I feel that jumping through all of those hoops for an extra $115 a month isn't really worth it. They also want me to have insurance and stuff like that, and I don't know about a lot of that stuff and all the crap that I have to go through for it. That's something that I'd love to have end ASAP.
And even work feels awkward. There's a definite adjustment period there. I'm mostly sitting all the time, but that feels weird. I've gotten used to at home to being able to get up and walk around when I feel the urge to do so, and that's the way I keep in shape, is walking--an anecdote on that a little later when I start to have some fun--but I just feel a bit awkward at work right now and I'm still adjusting to it. It's like part of me wants to be there, but the other part wants me to leave or fees like I don't belong there. This isn't really intended to be a long term job, just something to keep my busy and help me with finding a better job in town. But it's just a lot of things that have been making me feel awkward and emotional at times. It's just a rough patch, and I survived mine during the winter, and I'll survive this one. And of course, this hot weather isn't helping, because hot weather can make me sick, which is why I hate it so much. It makes me feel Satan-awful, I don't eat much when it's hot out, and right now I'm sort of praying for rain, which it seems thankfully I'm getting my wish, as from tonight into tomorrow night, there's a good chance for some good, soaking rain.
Now the good stuff: Aside from my deal at work, I had a good day. I got a ton of stuff done, but I don't know what I'll have for tomorrow, which is the only big issue I have at work and probably part of my awkward feeling there, the lack of steady work.
I'm also still trying to figure out whether or not I'll get paid this week. According to their calendar, Friday is pay day, but I don't know if I'll make a trip out there Friday and risk going home empty handed (which I'll be getting some stuff from the library anyways), or wait until Monday, which as I said, I don't know if I'll be going in that day or not--I don't plan on going to the movie outing, and if I can't collect on Friday, I don't know if I can get my check on Monday, which would depend on if I have work or not. But at least, in theory, I'll be getting paid soon.
I've been sleeping better recently, too, so that helps with a lot of stuff. I just like sometimes when you're going to sleep that you can zone out and not have a care in the world.
I also said something about walking. Well, I usually walk around my yard and some trails that we have in the woods behind my house. I don't dare walk on the road in front of my house unless I'm getting to the other side of our property. It's not a good road for walking, because it's narrow, it has no posted speed limit (Ohio State Law says that max speed limit for an unposted road is 55mph--and I've seen people go quite a bit faster than that, and for this road, it should be quite a bit lower), and has all kinds of high speed, blind bends on it. A dream road for an old fashioned racing circuit maybe, but not one that I'd want to walk along the side of.
I'm almost done here and I have a few other things I'd like to attend to, but I should be in bed within about a couple of hours or so, and hopefully my "sleep therapy" will continue to serve me, at least on work days.
And one funny bit about that murderer on the loose in Columbus. He was spotted, face to face, by a former Marine, and this woman said that she learned in the Marines that the best way to hide is in plain site, which is what she told Jami is that this guy is doing it seems by not altering his appearance. Of course, if this woman was a former Marine, why she didn't try and take him out and has decided to let the police deal with it, but the police officers and Highway Patrolmen have guns and clubs and pepper spray and hand cuffs, and this guy is thought to be armed, too. But still a good insight about what this guy's doing and how he's feeling--hopefully, though, not for too much longer.
I'll be back later