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So Friday was my one free day before the Two Weeks of Hell. Hell is kind of a strong term, though, so I'm going to call it Two Weeks of Ickyness. The admin is a very busy woman and I'm only a fraction through my training, so I never remember what to do and it's sad because now I'm expected to do everything by myself, including things I've never done before. And I'm adjusting to the weird mix of running around at top speed and then going r e a l l y s l o w when I'm with the seniors. It took me fifteen minutes to round up four of them for bible study this afternoon. Part of that was because I woke one up and he had to put on his pants and shoes and button his shirt cuffs. Patience is a virtue.

Tomorrow is going to be interesting, too. I work at 9 at Park Place, until probably about 4:30 or 5, and then running home to take the dog out, and then running to the bakery to work from 6 to 9. That's essentially a 12 hour workday, if you include me not stopping to rest when I get home. :) It's going to happen again on Thursday. Luckily next Tuesday is my last day at the bakery, so I won't have to worry about this kind of work for much longer.

Plus I have math homework. Plus I'm about due for a that-time-of-the-month time, which means I'm at great risk for PMS. Nice timing, world. :P



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Oct. 26th, 2004 04:53 am (UTC)
Working the last few days of a job are so hard. When I quit serving, I had absolutely NO motivation to work the rest of my shifts. It was really really hard to go in and do it. But, now that they are done, I'm a very happy camper.
Oct. 26th, 2004 06:20 am (UTC)
Yeah, last Friday my manager called and left a message asking if I could work on Saturday for someone who was sick. I didn't call him back, because really, I was done when I put in my 2-week notice. I don't have to be nice and cover for anyone anymore. :D
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