SEP 30 2006

yes, it’s really me

That's my life

yes, sometimes it takes more than a ‘nudge’ to get me to post
my life as it’s been lately, hasn’t really allowed time to do such things though… :eyes
I’m still working 2 jobs, and most likely will be for quite some time…I’m living for the time when I can only work one and be able to afford the bills I have and to possibly discover if there’s still life out there (at least once a month anyway)
my ‘to do’ list is growing quite long…I have a network to set up, 2 computers to fix, and a site that needs designed…not to mention the computer I’ve had for the better part of a year that I still haven’t gotten the parts to fix (its either the motherboard or processor, neither of which are cheap to go pick up), and several upgrades on current sites that I run (including my own)
if I could just figure out how to live without sleep I might get it all done…as it stands now, people are just gonna have to wait! (and no, it’s not like they’re paying me for it…so the jobs that make money come first)
I’ve discovered that working this much makes me very bitchy…I get very irritated over little things that wouldn’t have bothered me much before. I also tend to get very frustrated with those closest to me, so it’s probably a good thing I don’t see them much these days.
I honestly don’t know what else to post about…unless you want to hear about a ‘typical day’ in my life (only helpful in case of insomnia) I don’t really have much else worth posting…
maybe I’ll be back when I do…:shrug

  • Kristi on said:

    First off… you’re right. The jobs that pay HAVE to come first. Anyone that gives you grief over that should just be told “Hey, if that’s a problem for you, you can resolve it by PAYING me!” If it takes more than that to explain then they’re not your friend anyway.
    Second… when I was in nursing school one of the first things they taught us in our Psych class is that people tend to take out their anger and frustration on those that are closest to them, even if they aren’t the source of the anger or frustration. They explained that its human nature to vent on the people you feel safest with because you know they will eventually be ok with it because you love or care about them.
    So try not to worry about it too much. That being said, try not to push yourself too hard. Yeah, we all need money but life is too short to spend all that energy if you don’t have to.
    Hugs to you and M.

  • Jamie on said:

    WOW she is alive!!! Glad to see you still up and running, okay as much as you can working so two jobs and trying to live life. I remember all too well how that was and bitchiness is to be expected when pushing to make the bills!! At least try to take one day to try and stop and smell the flowers or better yet enjoy just the flicking shadows behind your eyelids *biggrin*
    Love ya!

  • buffy on said:

    I’m so glad to see you post. I was concerned….still am, but at least I know you’re yet livin.
    When I hurt my knee this summer, my exercize group bought me a plaque that has been sitting on the kitchen counter. It says “This too shall pass. Now would be good…”
    Maybe I need to loan it to you.
    It will pass. I know that’s no comfort to you at the moment, but things will get better. Meanwhile, we’ll be waiting here for you.
    Hugsssss, hon!

  • Whtetiger on said:

    Yay! Glad to see u r still alive. Im accessing ur blog through my new cell. It looks exactly the same as on the computer! I can see the smileys and ur angel chick. Hang in there girl!

  • -=e=- on said:

    Ah what was that old tagline you had that always inspired me? “Never Explain. Your friends don’t need it and your enemies wont accept it”.
    Imagine if the rest of the blogosphere would only post when they have something worthwhile to say.
    Like you, I’m just hanging back and preparing for the year to come at this point.
    Take time out to enjoy life every now and then, k? 🙂

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