Yes, it is as late as the time stamp says. I felt miserable earlier, so I slept for the most part from 6:30 to 11pm. I watched ER from tonight a little bit ago, now I am watching Friends from tonight. ER was awesome. Why do they have to have a break? Why can’t shows run all year? Because now I *have* to know what happened. And I have to wait until when, September? Friends is pretty good too, only halfway through.
Loved the post at What a Woman about the Assboss. I was laughing so hard. Wonder if she works for an attorney – that sounds like something that would have happened at the law firm I used to work at. Then I visited Kottke.org and Jason has visited the Eiffel Tower. Sigh, I want to be rich enough to go back to Europe. I loved it. He is right – some things surprise you that they are so amazing in real life.
I took some time earlier to check out my site’s logfiles. Lots of people come from, well, nowhere. I mean I have a lot more visitors then I do links to account for them. Hello? Who’s out there? It always makes me curious when I see that. Post a comment or something – I would love to know who you are. The other thing that caught my eye – someone back at the old office is reading this. I can tell because I can see the hit coming from their address. 3:07 pm on the 17th. Interesting. I didn’t think anyone left knew about the site. Well, maybe … I guess it could be … hmmm. Well, hey, if you want me to know who you are send me an e-mail and let me know. Or maybe it is management waiting for me to say something bad? Nope, won’t happen. In spite of my fleeting moments of negative thoughts, I believed in the company up until that final meeting with the boss. I went in to work that morning in the same great, very pumped & motivated mood I had been in all week. Heck, I had gotten a lot done in the 40 minutes I was there before they let me go. I hope someday they find someone with my skill set and loyalty to rebuild the sales team with, but I don’t think I am that easy to replace. I watched many others come & go in the same position while I was there. Oh well, I loved my job. I loved the company, although my spirit had definately been tried and pushed to near breaking limits. I missed it this morning when I woke up – and I am sure I will for awhile. So… while the negative thoughts obviously pass through my mind, as they would anyone who had been laid off by a company that felt like home in so many ways, they won’t end up here.
Ugh, after sleeping from 6:30 to 11pm (off & on) now I am wide awake. Bah.