Speaking not thinking again.

November 29, 2005

I have spent most of my day re-formatting the word document from hell that I spent all day yesterday working on and trying to track products through the system to work out why my bloody figures are wrong again.

This has culminated in the following:

*I have just pushed all my papers into a pile and stuck a post it note on them with tomorrow written on it.

*I have lost the ability to think in anything but small shorts bursts.

I was going to write a witty (ha) and insigtful post but instead you are going to getsome random information in one sentence form.

I am going to watch Harry Potter tonight.

I am excited.

The lady I work with just got a permenant contract after nearly and a year and a half as a temp.

This is good.

Firstly because she works hard, is nice and deserves it.

Secondly my friend M is next in line for a permanent position and if he gets one I will get £1,500.

This is unlikely to happen as my employer loves temps.

If he lasted 6 months as a permanent person I would get another £1,500.

That would be so cool.

I have trouble spelling permanet.

I am doing a sponsored walk on Thursday – 3 miles.

That’s a little pathetic but I didn’t make the rules.

For the first time in about 3 weeks rain is forecast on that day.

My left hand is warm but my right hand is cold.

After I typed that I picked up my cold can of coke in my right hand and realised why.

I am much calmer than I was yesterday morning.

This is a good thing.

G#1 goes to New Zeland for a month on Thursday morning.

I am major jealous but I would hate to miss Christmas.

My baby brother is 25 today.

This makes me feel old.

I am really homesick for Cornwall and my family at the moment.

I am very excited about Christmas.

I am going to go outside, have a cigarette and pretend for 5 glorious minutes that I don’t work here.

9 Comments

  • Reply Doug November 29, 2005 at 5:42 pm

    Smoke Two and then one for me.

  • Reply Léonie November 29, 2005 at 6:14 pm

    Harry Potter is so good. I cried. But I am a cry baby and cried when Joe Mangle’s wife got shot by the duck hunter people in Neighbours.

    Hope the cigarette break worked.

  • Reply Dancinfairy November 29, 2005 at 6:24 pm

    This does not bode well. I cry at everything and I am going with someone I don’t know that well. This is going to be major embarrasing!!!!!

  • Reply AnonymousCoworker November 29, 2005 at 6:46 pm

    Harry Potter was a disappointment. I suggest skipping it altogther.

  • Reply kate November 29, 2005 at 8:56 pm

    happy birthday to your bro!

  • Reply monkey typist November 29, 2005 at 11:37 pm

    who are you seeing it with…?

    how come some of your links say ‘pick me’?

    am i asking enough questions?

  • Reply Dancinfairy November 30, 2005 at 10:28 am

    Leonie: It was a close run thing but I managed not to cry (much!)

    AC: I think I would have enjoyed it more if I hadn’t read the book but I did like it.

    MT: I went with a fellow blogger, Soulmining. The links that say Pick Me have supposively been updated in the last 3 hours (this works sometimes!). I like answering questions so it’s cool.

  • Reply soulmining November 30, 2005 at 2:21 pm

    I didn’t see you cry. Unless you were hiding your tears underneath your giggles.

    I thought it was the strongest HP film to date… but then I hadn’t read the book.

  • Reply monkey typist November 30, 2005 at 5:01 pm

    aww…i thought you might sy it was a date.

    i ask questions constantly, so youre in luck!

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