Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-23 02:54:47
ID: 55044
In response to a confession. That is super sad, but it's better than the alternative... He could still have the tumor and be dying a slow painful death.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-22 22:01:23
ID: 55025
I posted a while back about my client with the brain tumor. Well they were able to operate and remove the tumor. But now he has the same memory problem as Drew Barrymore in 50 First Dates. *smh* The kicker? He has a brand new grandchild that was born a few days AFTER his surgery. He will never know that grandchild. Ever.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-22 16:09:44
ID: 55028
In response to a confession. It's a good thing this CW is moving away soon.. Sounds like you're a mess when you're around him. Do you plan you keeping in touch with him when he moves?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-22 01:36:55
ID: 55016
Ugh, so much tension with CW. He joked that I just wanted to hold his hand and I joked that he wishes he were above me as supervisor .
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-20 22:21:07
ID: 54981
I'm so bummed out. The phone interview I had for this awesome job went pretty well and on Friday, they emailed me to tell me they wanted to do an in-person interview with me and take me to lunch afterward. I really, really wish I could take that job but I don't think I can because the commute is just too long and it's not a great drive--lots of back roads. The job I did take is pretty good and it's much closer to home. I hate driving so much...I think spending 2+ hours in the car every day would drive me nuts.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-18 16:49:15
ID: 54925
So, Elderly CW had to have minor surgery and was scheduled to be gone for three days along with the weekend. But the surgeon found more stuff to fix while he was in there and now she's in way worse pain than she thought she would be, and has to be out for two weeks. She called, all goobered up on pain pills, to tell me the news about the surgery and that her daughter is going to extend her stay, and to blather on about nonsense for ten minutes (thank you, pain pills, like she needed the help). She drives me nucking futs but I still feel bad for her. She is most definitely a poor thing at this point. That said, OMG two whole weeks of peace and quiet!! I know, I know. I'm a horrible person.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-16 04:16:43
ID: 54865
Lol, yesterday my boss requested to chat with me about my development (she's said she was too busy 99% of the times I've asked in the last 4 months). She asked why it's been a while, I told her she and my mentor have both told me they're too busy. She wanted to let me know that there are going to be 2 spots for promotions opening up next month and that I should prepare to interview for them. I wonder if she senses that I might be leaving for greener pastures (911 dispatch). I still have a couple weeks until my panel interview. I'd like to stay at my company if they paid me more and allowed for more structure. But also, I doubt they'll promote me because I'm one of the very few who has the courage to respectfully call management out when they're being shitty or not doing their job- including my boss's boss.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-15 21:50:51
ID: 54877
So when it rains, it pours. Right after I interviewed for the job I was offered, I accepted an interview for a small company doing project management work. I had the interview today and it would pay literally twice what I am making at the job I was just offered. If they offer me the job, I may take it. The commute is longer, but it's also a good learning experience and I would be doing work that's a lot more satisfying for me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-15 01:18:46
ID: 54858
I'm freaking out. The company that hired me is trying to verify my education and said they couldn't get any information from my alma mater about me ever being enrolled there. I don't know what to do--I emailed them that I was there under my maiden name and gave that to them, so maybe that's all they'll have to do to find me. Otherwise, I think I could probably send them transcripts. Gah, why do I stress so much about crap like this?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-14 23:49:56
ID: 54856
Transition has been utterly insane at work. I started 7 months ago. Around that time, two long-time staff quit, hired new staff, but she quit a month later, another quit (move back to New Zealand), 4 new hires, another quit (move to Seattle), I got a promotion, and just learned today one of the few remaining long-time staff has quit for a position closer to home. Really wild sh*t and we're just a team of 10.
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